There is circumstantial evidence that on Wed, 01 Mar 2006 16:58:37
+0000, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote
>? Slashes are unorthodox in this context.
Maybe it's just personal preference? Here's my logic. The forward (or
backward) slash universally indicate the hierarchy of a file ,and that
it's come from another place (or folder) They are used in Windows DOS,
Windows Explorer, bread crumb trails, browsers etc. I think they are
possibly unnecessary, but I hope that they will help people see the
connection to the bread crumb trail just above and to the left.
>? <title>Washerhelp › Washing Machine Repair « Articles</title>
>? This seem to be the SEO-driven technique, which is embraced by some.
I like these, but I also like the simple forward slash. Did you have a
look at them in context on my site? All the 4 main sections have them.
The rest of the site still needs updating from the previous tabbed
navigation but as I convert deeper pages I will have pages that
display a bread crumb trail like this -
Home / Widgets / Fix Widgets /
/ DIY Widget advice
Free washing machine help and advice.