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After reading our previous article, I would not disbelieve you if you told me you are shaking your head in disbelief.  Remember though, a website can be a creative medium in which freedom of expression can show itself, and though many business leaders and control editors, are probably wishing for that bus to come and run me over, there are no hard and fast rules as to where should navigation links appear on a website. The main reason most website adopt either the horizontal, vertical, or a combination of the two, for a layout template, is that it is fairly logical, and fairly easy to understand, and easy on the eye.  Depending on your site though, you could easily tear up the rule book and …

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The word navigation is a Greek work, and basically is used to describe the science, or skill at travelling from one place to another, without getting lost.  This includes air, sea, and outer space travel. In a web design context, the term navigation means moving from one page to another, without getting lost, or more accurately confused.  This is why navigation is an integral and important part of any web design, and one that you should pay attention to.  If the navigation does not cut the mustard, visitors will soon become despondent, and that leads to the path of failure. Website Navigation-the basics of typical layouts. There are in essences three typical layouts for any web design, these are horizontal navigation links, vertical navigation links, …

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