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October 5, 2006

Following the Breadcrumb Trails

As I began to read about how to make navigation one our webpages, I thought to myself how silly it seemed. I mean if your not completely brain dead, you sould be able to navigate a back, next , and stop navigation bar. I know in the name of a decent looking and working page, you should put thought into it. I was about to just forget about reading the rest of the page until i saw the words "Breadcrumb Trails." I like idea and design of this navigation bar. Especially if you have a webpage with more pages it makes sense. The addition of links looks easy to use with this. I think the Breadcrumb Trails make this article worth looking at.

Posted by RachelPrichard at October 5, 2006 2:27 PM


This is my favorite kind, too, Rachel. I like how easy it looks to use (and how easy it actually is to use!). I wouldn't mind learning how to make them for my own pages.

Posted by: Karissa at October 6, 2006 12:18 AM

Easy = Good.

Especially in this day and age. Everything needs to be clear and concise, and right to the point.

Webpages with lots of additional sites within it are easy to get lost in. This navigation bar will make it easier to find my way through a lot of the mess that I get into.

Posted by: Corey Struss at October 6, 2006 9:21 AM

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