Website Navigation


Navigation is about how easy it is for people to take action and move around your website.
You can have the most beautiful website ever, but if your customers won’t be able to find the information they are looking for or get confused while encountering obstacles in the purchase process, your website won’t be appreciated.

Create a logical page hierarchy with clickable buttons and categories. Also, remember about the “three click rule” of clear navigation. This rule means that users should be able to find the information they are looking for within three clicks.

There is also a rule called the F-shaped pattern. Most of what people see is in the top and left side of the screen. We should put our most important information there.     The right side of the screen is rarely explored.

Adding a Favicon to your site..

Favicons are small 16×16 icon files that display
next to the URL of your site in a browser’s address bar. Additionally they’re often displayed next to the name of your site in a user’s list of open tabs and bookmark listings making it easier for the user to quickly identify amongst other sites.
Go to: for a FREE Favicon Generation tool with instructions on how to install one in your website.









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