The Resource

3 Nov 2014 by Glenn, Comments Off on The Resource

Typically, these headlines pose, using keywords. And these words, and lead users to the resource. In addition to the main navigation, often use an auxiliary navigation of the website. Supplementary navigation problem – help in the transition to primary or nearby sections of the site. Also, using the elements of such a navigation, you can navigate through pages by using, for example, arrows "forward", "backward", "top".

The essence of another species of navigation is using additional information blocks for comfortable access useful information. Increasingly popular is the so-called accidental navigation through the site. Her goal – the creation of unique "accent" that attract visitors' attention to important according to the site owner information. Typically, these accents are graphic or text objects on the page, which inform about promotions, news and competitions. Mezhtekstovuyu navigation is very rare, although its meaning is very simple: links to pages located in the text pages themselves. Context-sensitive navigation allows you to display on the page are links to other materials website thematically related or similar. This navigation is often used for news sites or in e-shops. Clearly, contextual links allow search engines to see more information about the resource.

K inland navigation include: hierarchical navigation. Site content is divided into a number of basic units (say it is impossible to make them more than seven). These parts are divided into subsections. This makes navigation easier and more specific representation of the structure of the website. Search navigation. In this type of navigation make the search form with which to quickly find the information requested in this section of the resource. Faceted navigation. It is a combination of other classifications on different attributes of the object. This type of navigation allows you to combine hierarchical views and attribute search. Faceted navigation is the most flexible tool for navigation. Why? Because regardless of the original user's request, in the end he gets the desired result.

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