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Summary

Hyperlinks are an essential and defining feature of the World Wide Web, and a skillfully designed navigational system is one of the highest priority considerations in the creation of a web site. In this chapter, you learned about linking URLs and about how links appear in the browser and what these appearances say to the user. You looked at email links and named anchors, and tried out several widely used types of navigation controls: image maps, jump menus, linked rollover images, and multistate navigation bars. A web developer familiar with these techniques has some excellent tools to choose from when planning the structure and navigation of a new web site.


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