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Old 02-25-2006, 10:44 PM   #1
BobRoosth
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Default Site Navigation How To?

One question that keeps bugging me is that of keeping the navigation menus of a site consistent over time. Linked CSS allows me to update/correct font, colors, etc by changing a single file. But most sites I see that use lists and CSS for menus include the menu content in every page.

What does one do when one decides the menu structure needs changing? Update every page. Seems rather inefficent.

One site a I maintain implements menus entirely with javascript. Another uses ASP. A third uses frames.

Is there a consensus on best or most reasonable practive for sites of more than a few pages?
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