JackR - 10:37 am on Oct 28, 2011 (gmt 0)
I'm basing it on existing menus, from top to bottom:
So a user on the Red widgets page clicking 'next' will find themselves on the White widgets page.
If they don't like what they find, they can then click 'previous' to return to where they were on the Red widgets page .. or 'next' to skip to 'Blue widgets'.
Surely giving the user - and indeed Google - that kind of clear navigation is a plus?
Also, would it be a good idea for the breadcrumb links to include the h1 tag as 'current landing page'?
<a href="/">Widgets home</a> >> <a href="/red-widgets.html">previous category</a> >> <h1>White widgets</h1> >> <a href="/blue-widgets.html">next category</a>
or perhaps even:
<a href="/">Widgets home</a> >> <a href="/red-widgets.html"><h2>Red widgets</h2></a> >> <h1>White Widgets</h1> >> <a href="/blue-widgets.html"><h3>Blue widgets</h3></a>
Or would that be overdoing the keyword bit and abusing the h tags?