Including the link within a line of text is more effective than including a

Including the link within a line of text is more

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Including the link within a line of text is more effective than including a list of keywords, because users can see related information within the context of the sentence they are reading. Users also can see that repeated words are linked no matter how many times they appear within the browser window, offering users the opportunity to access additional information at any time.PTS:1REF:418-4195.Describe two instances in which creating a clickable graphic for a link is desirable over text-based navigation.ANS:Although the current Web design trends are towards text-based navigation, there are still many instances where creating a clickable graphic for a link is desirable. To make sure your navigation graphics help rather than hinder your users, use the same graphics consistently throughout your Web site, for the following reasons:-To provide predictable navigation cues for the user — After users learn where to find navigation iconsand how to use them, they expect them on every page. Consistent placement and design also build users’ trust and help them feel confident that they can find the information they want.-To minimize download time — After the graphic is downloaded, the browser retrieves it from the cache for subsequent pages rather than downloading it every time it appears.PTS:1REF:420
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