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Adding other end links to Web pages
For larger webs, you may want to provide links that jump
to some of the higher-level routing pages of the current topic
or of other topics. Some examples:
- If there is a table of contents or outline for the whole
topic, you may want to add a ``Contents'' or ``Outline'' link
to every page so the reader can start again from there.
- An ``Index'' link can be used to go to an index of topics.
- You may want to add a ``Home'' link that takes the reader
to the instutitonal homepage or some other top-level page.
- A ``Help'' link may be a good idea if you expect that some
readers might get confused or lost. In the TCC help system,
this is a link to the starting page.
Next: Designing the colophon section of a Web page
See also: Chunking for easy Web navigation
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