Users of a website or web application are able to more easily maintain track of their position inside the platform by using a sort of secondary navigation system known as breadcrumb navigation. It often takes the form of a list of links that are located at the very top of a web page. These links indicate where the page is in the organizational structure of the site’s content.
For instance, if a user is looking at a page about a particular product, the breadcrumb may show the path that the user took to get to that page, such as “Home > Products > Electronics > Smartphones > Samsung Galaxy S21.” Another example would be if a user was looking at a page about a specific brand of smartphone.
Breadcrumb navigation may make it simpler for users to go back to higher-level pages or to other sections of the site, in addition to helping visitors better comprehend the context of the page they are now seeing.
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