Navigation in Hypertext


Neumueller has defined landmarks as those hypertext nodes that the user knows very well and which are recognized easily. Examples are nodes containing initial screens of a system or tables of contents, or ''home pages'' as they are called on the WWW. When encountering landmarks the users know where they are, because landmarks always help in orientation.

Navigation in Hypertext Navigation Aids

Last modified: 6 Nov 2002 by Kathy Nguyen Dang