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Site Navigational Structure, Internal Navaigation Structure


Site Navigational Structure, Internal Navaigation Structure
Site Navigational Structure
Navigation structure of a website is important for visitors to navigate from one to other pages quickly. Navigation structure is also help search engines understand what content the webmaster thinks is important.
All sites have a home page, which is the main page of the website and visitors start entering from home to another page of the website.
Before starting the internal linking, we have to think that how visitors will navigate from home page to other pages. If we have different categories that need to be classified under multiple category and subcategory categories then better to have a sitemap page on your site that displays the structure of your website in a single page.
Sitemap page help visitors to visit the internal pages from a single page and this is good from seo point of view because search engines will also visit this page and easily crawl the pages on your site.
A Sitemap.xml file, which you can submit through Google's Webmaster Tools, makes
Easier for Google to crawl the web pages on your site.

Tips for Creating Site Navigation


  • Try to make as simple as possible for visitors to navigate from home page to more specific inner page they want on your site. Add navigation pages in all pages relevant to content and category.
  • Use mostly text for navigation from page to page on your site through text links makes it easier for search engines to crawl and understand your site.
  • Use "breadcrumb" navigation - A breadcrumb is a row of internal links at the top or bottom Of the page that allows visitors to quickly navigate back to a previous section.
  • Create a HTML sitemap page and use an XML Sitemap file.
  • Have a useful 404 page
Avoid for Creating Site Navigation:
  • Having a navigation based entirely on drop-down menus, images, or Animations.
  • Linking each and every page to every other webpage.
  • Going overboard with slicing and dicing your content.

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