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Jul 26, 2004 2:30 pm re: To link or not to link...
jeremy swinfen green
I would agree that the current page should not be clickable in the nav bar as this is confusing for the user. The problem I suspect is simply laziness caused by the use a template design for each page.

Jeremy Swinfen Green
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London

> Kyle Pero wrote:
> Here's an interesting question...
>Why is the cardinal rule, never make the home link clickable on the homepage, ever applied to local or global navigation throughout an entire site? Here's a perfect example: http://tinyurl.com/28cky
>
>I'm creating a prototype and I'm not making the current page a user is on clickable from the navigation. Is this wrong? It's logical if you follow the "homepage rule", but why don't I see more sites doing this???
>
>I'm curious as to what the group's thoughts are on this.
>
>Thanks,
>Kyle
>
>

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