dictionary | November 23, 2015
(noun) Browsing tools that allow users to choose where they want to go within a website’s interface. Top navigation, left-side navigation, and footer navigation are common navigational elements.
“Our navigational elements can make or break our website’s overall performance in regards to engaging and retaining visitors.”
Alternate definition: The tools that allow visitors to travel through the site without any layovers.
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