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* [[breadcrumbs-examples]] - real world examples of breadcrumbs on the web
 
* [[breadcrumbs-examples]] - real world examples of breadcrumbs on the web
* [[breadcrumbs-formats]] - previous formats for marking up breadcrumbs, e.g. [http://onlinehelp.microsoft.com/en-us/bing/hh207240.aspx Bing Breadcrumbs format]
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* [[breadcrumbs-formats]] - previous formats for marking up breadcrumbs, e.g. [http://www.bing.com/webmaster/help/markup-breadcrumbs-72419f3f Bing Breadcrumbs format]
 
* [[breadcrumbs-brainstorming]]
 
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Latest revision as of 17:34, 6 March 2013

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Breadcrumb trails (AKA breadcrumbs) are a navigational aid that provide users context for the current page within the site’s hierarchy. E.g. a page for "boots" might have breadcrumbs like:

ACME » Fashion » Women » Boots

Where each of the terms before "Boots" is a link to that broader page on the site.

This page is for keeping track of the effort to develop a simple vocabulary for marking up breadcrumbs on a site.

Per the The microformats process:

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