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tc:breadcrumbs [2006/09/18 20:00]
fgm additional usability references for terminal symbols
tc:breadcrumbs [2020/11/23 17:23] (current)
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 We should probably look at the [[http://drupal.org/project/taxonomy_breadcrumb|taxonomy_breadcrumb module]] for comparison. We should probably look at the [[http://drupal.org/project/taxonomy_breadcrumb|taxonomy_breadcrumb module]] for comparison.
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-2006/09/18 I'm a bit reluctant on this. One the one hand, ISTR that breadcrumbs in drupal are supposed to as you describe. OTOH, there's a [[http://drupal.org/node/64067|snippet]] to include the page title, which means it is felt as needed and, maybe more importantly, Steve Krug, in its oft-quoted "Don't make me think" book about web usability, insists on including and even boldfacing the last item in the breadcrumbs (p.75 1st edition), and I think this advice is as good as most of the book (I hear even Dries has it). Jakob Nielsen's "The art of simplicity" mentions it too (p.204 on the french edition), and he uses it for [[http://www.useit.com|hist own site]]. To illustrate this example I'd say that browsing "rice" should give +2006/09/18 I'm a bit reluctant on this. One the one hand, ISTR that breadcrumbs in drupal are supposed to as you describe. OTOH, there's a [[http://drupal.org/node/64067|snippet]] to include the page title, which means it is felt as needed and, maybe more importantly, Steve Krug, in its oft-quoted "[[http://www.amazon.com/Don-Make-Think-Approach-Usability/dp/0789723107|Don't make me think]]" book about web usability, insists on including and even boldfacing the last item in the breadcrumbs (p.75 1st edition), and I think this advice is as good as most of the book (I hear even Dries has it). Jakob Nielsen's "The practice of simplicity" mentions it too (chapt 4, p.204 on the french edition), and he uses it for [[http://www.useit.com|his own site]]. To illustrate this example I'd say that browsing "rice" should give 
  
 [[/|home]] > [[taxonomy/vocabulary/1|food]] > [[taxonomy/term/1|grains]] > rice [[/|home]] > [[taxonomy/vocabulary/1|food]] > [[taxonomy/term/1|grains]] > rice
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