Navigation Bar

Navigation bar is a user interface element in a webpage that holds links to other sections of the website. In most cases, the navigation bar is a part of the main website template, which means that it is displayed in most places (ie in the pages of the website) even if not at all. This means that no matter what and no matter what page you are looking for, you can use the navigation bar to visit other sections in websites.

A website navigation bar is most commonly displayed at the top of the horizontal list of links and also at the top of each page. It can be under the header or logo, but it is always placed in any page before the main content.

In some cases, it makes sense to place the navigation bar vertically in the left side of each page. This type of navigation bar is also called a Sidebar, as it appears on the side of the primary content. Some websites have both a horizontal navigation bar at the top and a vertical navigation bar at the left side of each page.

This navigation bar is an important element in the design of a website as it allows users to quickly visit any section within a site. If you have ever visited any one website which does not have any navigation bar, then you must have found that it is very difficult to find the page you need.

Here you may have to click “ Back ” repeatedly to go to the next section if you want to visit it. At the same time thankfully, web design has become much more standardized in the last few years and now you can definitely see a navigation bar in almost all the websites.

Developers often refer to the navigation bar from “navbar”.

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