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Re: Site Map

From: Charles McCathieNevile <charles@sidar.org>
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 00:44:59 +0100
Message-Id: <4F253C03-5835-11D8-B9B3-000A958826AA@sidar.org>
Cc: "WAI Interest Group" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>, "Matthew Smith" <matt@kbc.net.au>
To: "John Foliot - WATS.ca" <foliot@wats.ca>

To clarify,

it seems that a block of links to each of the other 4 pages means you 
actually have a site map in every page....

Creating, in addition, an actual page that did this would make each 
page bigger, as well as the overall site.

Anyone know what happens if you add "every conceivable piece of markup" 
and use the link element to point to the bar in the page? (That is, 
with browsers that implement it, like Mozilla, Lynx, iCab, Opera, 
Mosaic, ...


On 5 Feb 2004, at 23:19, John Foliot - WATS.ca wrote:

> <opinion>
> If every page on your site is directly accessed via your primary 
> navigation
> block, then that would in effect be your site map.  IMHO it's not so 
> much
> how many pages but rather how easy is it to navigate through your 
> site.  In
> your particular case, I would think that a site map would be 
> redundantly
> redundant.
> </opinion>
Charles McCathieNevile                          Fundación Sidar
charles@sidar.org                                http://www.sidar.org
Received on Thursday, 5 February 2004 18:47:01 UTC

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