Chapter 8. Using Jump Menus

A jump menu is a handy navigation element to use when you have a large site with lots of pages. Essentially, it's a quick index to the most common pages on your site, as Figure 8.1 shows. Your visitors select an item from the menu, and a simple JavaScript function causes that particular page to load. This way, your visitors don't have to navigate your site step by step.

Figure 8.1. Use jump menus like this one to index the most common pages on your site. Your visitor selects a page from the menu, and the page loads.

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