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Drupal 6 Content Administration by J. Ayen Green

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Understanding Taxonomy

One way to find content on a site is by using a search function, but this can be considered as a hit-or-miss approach. Searching for an article on 'canines' won't return an article about dogs, unless it contains the word 'canines'.

Certainly, navigation provides a way to navigate the site, but unless your site has only a small amount of content, the navigation can only be general in nature. Too much navigation is annoying. There are far too many sites with two or three sets of top navigation, plus left and bottom navigation. It's just too much to take in and still feel relaxed.

Site maps offer additional navigation assistance, but they're usually not fun to read, and are more like a Table of Contents, where you have to know ...

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