Msg#: 3427620 posted 7:10 am on Aug 21, 2007 (gmt 0)
I think Case A seems to create easier navigation. If I clicked the wrong link to get to the right section, I will be required to click three times to get to the right one in case of CASE B. Back then => main navigation => then the section. That is kind of too much I guess.
If the reason is more of a convienence case, I think you should go with CASE A.
Msg#: 3427620 posted 11:41 am on Aug 21, 2007 (gmt 0)
Case A is better. This is simply because it reassures the visitor that they can always go elsewhere. This was a cardinal principle in one of the may books I've read on the subject (maybe it was "Don't Make Me Think!"?)
Msg#: 3427620 posted 1:19 am on Aug 23, 2007 (gmt 0)
Whilst everyone here is saying Case A is better - would you agree for, e.g. the 'recent posts' list here at WebmasterWorld? Would you recommend that they open 'in situ' with all the other recent post titles still above and below them?