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Part 4: Part 4: Dynamic Web Sites > Web Site Navigation

Chapter 24. Web Site Navigation

Navigation is what makes the Web run. Navigation can come in many flavors: main menus, submenus, auxiliary menus, image maps, hypertext links, and other schemes that allow visitors to move from page to page. A well-planned navigation scheme lets visitors get to the information they want with minimal fuss. Poorly planned navigation leads to blindness, low sex appeal, and sometimes death. Even worse, poor navigation may upset site visitors enough that they will never return.

In this chapter, I'll look at some effective ways to create dynamic navigation that gives visitors maximum flexibility and allows you to maximize the impact of your content.


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