Navigation Tips: Suckerfish, Sliding Doors, and Breadcrumbs

  1. Sliding Doors Navigation with WordPresshttp://hackwordpress.com/sliding-doors-wordpress-navigation-css-technique/
    WordPress by default cannot support the infamous sliding doors technique, but with this simple change, you can create beautiful navigation to your hearts content.
  2. Sliding Doors + Sons of Suckerfishhttp://www.jappler.com/blog/archive/2007/11/12/sliding-doors-sons-of-suckerfish-jappler-menus
    Last week we talked about Sons of Suckerfish and how to use them in a WordPress blog. Now we have an article detailing using sliding doors and Sons of Suckerfish (though this article is not WordPress specific).
  3. Breadcrumb Navigation for Categorieshttp://www.7879designs.com/wordpress-tips/wordpress-categories-breadcrumb-navigation/
    A lot of magazine sites use categories as the main navigation to better separate content. We all know that for both SEO and usability breadcrumbs make a huge difference, so why not add them in for categories as well as pages? This article shows you how.
  4. Tips on Writing WordPress Tipshttp://www.blogherald.com/2007/07/09/tips-for-writing-good-wordpress-tips/
    Want to have your WordPress related content featured on mainstream blogs? Well, here is a list of the criteria to follow to make that happen. It is a great list on what mistakes to avoid when writing your WordPress tips.

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