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Methods for searching a website

By Steve Draper,   Department of Psychology,   University of Glasgow.

This page is a compendium of, and junkyard for, ways of offering users a way of navigating a website. It won't be very usable as a page because it will hold all methods I've dabbled with, while real pages will just have one good way (!).

world wide Google

Subtree Google

Table: chequerboard of main parts

Simple Picture: similarly a few main areas

Picture: Special cases of excellent and complex

  • Floor plans as key to a dept and its people Geography
  • Organisational charts as key to a dept LTC
  • British Museum

    Indented list of dirs

    Uses 2D, or perhaps 1.5D, to show tree structure





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