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Chapter 16.  Traveling the Web  > Navigating Online

Navigating Online

The graphical nature of Web pages evolved to help users find and read information without having to remember esoteric commands and codes. Happily, Web page designs provide a lot of entertainment value and usually make pages more attractive and informative. They also provide you with a variety of ways to navigate between Web sites and pages. This section explains the various methods you can use to navigate online.

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A Web site includes a collection of individual Web pages that are published by a single source. For example, the Web address http://www.premierpressbooks.com leads to the main Web page for Premier Press. The Premier Press Web site includes many Web pages of information, such as http://www.premierpressbooks.com/support/ contact.cfm (a page with Premier Press contact information) or http://www.premierpressbooks.com/ series/ (a page with descriptions of each book series published by Premier Press).


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