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Part II: Automations > Templating Navigation Systems

Chapter 6. Templating Navigation Systems

Much of the power of the web derives from its ability to link from anywhere to anywhere. Sometimes, however, a linear or sequential navigation is key. Tutorials, help systems, and even static catalog pages often employ navigational elements to move progressively from one page to the next. Many designers also include a Previous or Back link to step through the sequential pages in reverse.

Although the initial coding—typically done manually—of sequential navigation systems is at best tedious, maintaining such sets of pages can be a nightmare. Let’s say you have a five-page tutorial on training a puppy:


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