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Home Navigation Layout
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Learn more about anchors.

Link to a specific ANCHOR on the anchor page.

Navigation

A navigation bar is also known as a nav bar—is a series of buttons that appears on one or more pages on a Web site. It is the way a user moves through information on on a single page and from web page to web page. Creating Links is the key to quick and responsive interactivity bringing the user to the necessary information.

You can have all kinds of great attractions on your site, but if your visitors don't know how to get to them, they will just collect dust on the server. Worse yet, if the visitors find your site's navigation confusing or convoluted, they'll simply give up and head off to explore the rest of the Web, never to return. So, good navigation design is an essential ingredient for any successful web site construction.


Common Navigation Elements:

Text Link
Link Back Page

Graphic Link

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Image Map (hot spot):

Jump Menu


select page to visit


Open Browser Window

 
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