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Why you should use drop-down menu and footer to link to inner pages

Drop-down menus are not only fashionable – they help website visitors to easily reach, through a single click, web pages that would have otherwise only been accessible via multiple clicks. For example, you own a business website that provides computers, including tablets, desktops, laptops and smartphones. Naturally, your navigation bar should have a product page that outlines the various types of computer products you offer, with link to the directory detailing each type

Drop-down Menu

Furthermore, when you get to a directory like “Tablets”, you have a sub-page for Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab, etc (e.g. yoursite.com/products/tablets/motorola-xoom/). These products are hot on the market and you’d surely want your visitors to see them. But you’ll reduce the visibility of these tablets, if they can only be accessed by first getting to the main product directory, then to the “Tablet” sub-directory before navigating to the particle device’s page. To a novice web designer, that’s the way visitors should navigate, but that notion is essentially wrong!

Presentation of content matters a lot to a small business owner who wants to succeed online. By crafting a multi-tier drop-down menu for your site, a visitor can access any web page via a single click from anywhere on the website. You can also use the footer section of your website to list all the important products and link to them. For example, you can make “Tablets” the title and underneath it, list all the slates you offer. Never forget accessibility and ease of use, when designing a business website – this can make or break it.

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