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site mapping and javascript

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I have a site with javascript navigation menus (it's in the design spec).
There's a bit too many pages to do a bread crumb type alternate nav, and no
natural index page for each site section.

I'm thinking of linking to a site map (server driven) that would highlight
the position in the site as a no javascript alternative.

Ideas or comments???

Jeff


Jul 20 '05 #1
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Jeff Thies wrote:
I have a site with javascript navigation menus (it's in the design spec).


Nowadays you can start with a static HTML navigation which is then
changed with the use the DOM to your JavaScript based navigation. That
way you can have seach machines index your site while providing
pull-down or fly-out menus or whatever javascript navigation you want to
achieve.
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Martin Honnen
http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/

Jul 20 '05 #2

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Hi Martin,

You get around! (that's a good thing)
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Jeff Thies wrote:
I have a site with javascript navigation menus (it's in the design
spec).
Nowadays you can start with a static HTML navigation which is then
changed with the use the DOM to your JavaScript based navigation. That
way you can have seach machines index your site while providing
pull-down or fly-out menus or whatever javascript navigation you want to
achieve.

Seems like the right thing to do. The pages are static (although server
generated) and would need to rebuild or use SSI everytime a page is added to
the site.

Cheers,
Jeff

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Martin Honnen
http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/

Jul 20 '05 #3

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