A database navigator allows the user to easily access views, Domino data, or other applications. It is like a roadmap that guides the user through the application using a graphical interface. Most navigators include graphic buttons or hotspots, which are programmed areas a user clicks to execute an action. A hotspot can be text, graphics, or a combination thereof. Refer to Figure 6-2 on page 186 for an example of a navigator.
You might also consider using framesets, pages and outlines, as they offer more flexibility when creating applications for both Notes clients and Web browsers. To learn more about framesets, refer to Chapter 8, “Domino Design elements: framesets” on page 283.
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