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Creating a Navigation Structure

Create a navigation structure for the Web site of an organization, which imparts information on Project Management.

The Web site includes information on:
Organization History
Organization Mission and Vision
Project Management News and Events
Global Project Management Communities
Professional Development Programs
Publications and Research Papers
Worldwide Locations
Contact Details

Provide 5 reasons for choosing the particular navigation setup.

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The importance of your navigation structure cannot be over-emphasized. Without some sort of navigation, a site loses all sense of structure and organization. There are many ways of presenting your navigation: in a bar down one side of the screen, along the top and bottom, or in a frame that stays with you throughout your visit to a site. It is important to allow access to the rest of your site from anywhere. Ideally, you should be able to go to any page in a maximum of two or three clicks, with your main pages accessible in one.

A navigation bar can give readers ...

Solution Summary

This solution explains the importance of a navigation structure and also highlights the benefits of primary and secondary navigation. It also provides an Excel file with a website layout.