Prior to signing the contract and when he first saw the site map
, it clearly showed that the plot directly overlooked the man-made lake".
There are two fold out site maps
at the back which provide at-a-glance locations for vessels, entertainment and food areas and much more.
Higher ed website internal search engines, office directories, and site maps
have become reporters and editors' best friends--but also, at the same time, their worst foes.
A site map
is like having all second-level and possibly third-level menus open at once, so the user can scan the page titles.
Delving deeper into the site through the Site Map
, visitors will find a page on Functional Genomics projects including the Human Epigenome Project (HEP), a public-private consortium of the WTSI, Epigenomics AG, and France's Centre National de Genotypage.
The reverse of the poster has a site map
, with all the info you need to make June 20 your loudest day out of the year.
The site has a redesigned navigation bar and all-new menu headings as well as an enhanced site map
and improved search functions, which allow a wider range of search capabilities.
If you want to escape the constraints of outlining and navigation, you can create a site map
by using software to represent the number of pages that share some attribute such as a particular keyword or data such as volume, as in SmartMoney.
A site map
provides an overview, via a table of contents or a graphical representation, of the structure of a site and provides access to all parts.
Aerial site views, CAD drawings, or photos can be used to create an easy-to-use site map
to quickly identify intrusion location.
The Learning Page Site Map
reveals the latest additions to the Learning Page, as well as special events, conference presentations, and programs of special interest to educators.
A revised site map
and additional home page links provide the user with direct access to a company profile, featured products, news and info, a consumer education section, and information on individual products.