Breadcrumbs

is there an option to include “breadcrumbs” in F5P?


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Nothing automatic, but you are of course free to make them for
yourself. Master Pages are good for this sort of thing – a separate
Master Page per folder will do the trick.

Walter

On Dec 19, 2008, at 3:18 PM, brm98 wrote:

is there an option to include “breadcrumbs” in F5P?


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Might it be possible to reformat the site map in freeway to handle this?


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I’ve just been looking at the Freeway 5 Reference, and it looks to me
like the Navigation Bar Action on page 364 will create breadcrumbs. Is
this what you’re after, brm98?

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Graham Smith
Bury St Edmunds, UK

On 19 Dec 2008, at 22:12, chuckamuck wrote:

Might it be possible to reformat the site map in freeway to handle
this?


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I’ve created breadcrumb navigation menus on one of my sites, here is a link to a page deep in the site which demonstrates it,
http://www.seeleylakedograces.com/SL200/SL200%20Racer%20Profiles/barron,jason.html

be careful about how you organize the folders and files in your site when using the nav bar action, it took me a while to figure out how the action handles which page acts as a landing page for each breadcrumb link.


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Am I the only person totally bamboozled by what breadcrumbs are?
On 22 Dec 2008, at 16:40, Rich Gannon wrote:

I’ve created breadcrumb navigation menus on one of my sites, here
is a link to a page deep in the site which demonstrates it,
http://www.seeleylakedograces.com/SL200/SL200%20Racer%20Profiles/
barron,jason.html

be careful about how you organize the folders and files in your
site when using the nav bar action, it took me a while to figure
out how the action handles which page acts as a landing page for
each breadcrumb link.


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I think they’re called mince pie crumbs this time of the year :smiley:

Breadcrumbs are a navigation tool for tracking where you are in a
site. Take a look at our KnowledgeBase at http://www.softpress.com/kb
and go to Getting Started and then Tutorials. The links below
Softpress KnowledgeBase are breadcrumbs.

And yes, the Navigation Bar is the automatic way of doing this in
Freeway.

I hope this helps.

Joe

On 22 Dec 2008, at 16:45, Trevor Reaveley wrote:

Am I the only person totally bamboozled by what breadcrumbs are?
On 22 Dec 2008, at 16:40, Rich Gannon wrote:

I’ve created breadcrumb navigation menus on one of my sites, here
is a link to a page deep in the site which demonstrates it,
http://www.seeleylakedograces.com/SL200/SL200%20Racer%20Profiles/barron,jason.html

be careful about how you organize the folders and files in your
site when using the nav bar action, it took me a while to figure
out how the action handles which page acts as a landing page for
each breadcrumb link.


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When Hansel and Gretel ventured into the forest, they left a trail of
breadcrumbs to help find their way back. In a Web site, the equivalent
would be a line of links across the top of the page that look like this:

Home > Products > Widgets > Micro

With each but the last one being a link back to the level above.

Walter

On Dec 22, 2008, at 11:45 AM, Trevor Reaveley wrote:

Am I the only person totally bamboozled by what breadcrumbs are?


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Well you learn something new every day, don’t you…
On 22 Dec 2008, at 16:51, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

When Hansel and Gretel ventured into the forest, they left a trail
of breadcrumbs to help find their way back. In a Web site, the
equivalent would be a line of links across the top of the page that
look like this:

Home > Products > Widgets > Micro

With each but the last one being a link back to the level above.


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I am glad somebody else asked before me - I didn’t want to look like a plonker.

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Happy to oblige
Plonker
(Santa’s standby reindeer if any of the others are ill)

On 22 Dec 2008, at 23:20, DeltaDave wrote:

I am glad somebody else asked before me - I didn’t want to look
like a plonker.

D


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