1.1.2. Provide at least two of the following navigation methods: main menu, site map, and search engine

At least two of the following three navigation methods must be available in the website:

  • A main menu.
  • A site map that shows the structure of the website, and at least allows the user to access all sections and functions of the website.
  • A comprehensive search engine that provides a search on all the content (text, documents, videos, etc.).

These items should be available in the same place on every page of the website.

You can, of course, choose to have all three navigation methods in the same website.


A site map

Examples of site maps..

Example of a site map included at the bottom of the page.

Example of a link to a site map in the page footer.

Search engine

If required, you can provide filters with the search engine to limit the scope of the search.

Example of a search results page grouped by relevance and themes

Suggesting corrections is an accessibility good practice.

notices/graphique-ergonomique/prevoir-au-moins-deux-moyens-de-navigation-parmi-un-menu-principal-un-plan-du-site-et-un-moteur-de-recherche.txt · Last modified: 20 January 2014 at 11:31 by rlapeze

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