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I assisted recently to a staff podcast - they said that the fewer categories the better; user (almost) never navigated past the first category for any type - let's say "Books" or "Gods", or whatever. Also, a more refined navigation can be achieved by the proper use of navboxes.
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I assisted recently to a staff podcast - they said that the fewer categories the better; user (almost) never navigated past the first category for any type - let's say "Books" or "Gods", or whatever. They also said that a more refined navigation can be achieved by the proper use of navboxes.
   
 
By the look of it, categories here seem to have been put together by at least three different people, each with their own agenda; the result is messy. Can only go ahead by trial and error.
 
By the look of it, categories here seem to have been put together by at least three different people, each with their own agenda; the result is messy. Can only go ahead by trial and error.

Latest revision as of 14:58, February 24, 2018

I assisted recently to a staff podcast - they said that the fewer categories the better; user (almost) never navigated past the first category for any type - let's say "Books" or "Gods", or whatever. They also said that a more refined navigation can be achieved by the proper use of navboxes.

By the look of it, categories here seem to have been put together by at least three different people, each with their own agenda; the result is messy. Can only go ahead by trial and error.

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