Without links, the point of the Web would be lost.
Links let you follow a trail of information from one web page to another and from one idea to another, regardless of where the site’s server is located in the world.
In 1996, web usability expert Jakob Nielsen listed the use of nonstandard link colors as one of the top 10 mistakes in web design (see http://www.useit.com/alertbox/9605.html). However, his advice to use blue for the link color for pages that the user hasn’t visited and purple or red to represent previously visited pages came from consistency concerns, not aesthetics.
Easily Generating Text-Based Menus and Submenus
You want to quickly generate the markup for a navigation list along with premade styles.