Style Guide for Breadcrumbs
Breadcrumbs should be formatted as normal links. They should be separated by a space, the forward slash ( / ), and then another space.
The first item in the breadcrumb should always be "WKU" and should link to http://www.wku.edu. The breadcrumb.inc file is pre-formatted to include the WKU link. The last item in the breadcrumb list should NOT be followed by a slash.
A good structure for a breadcrumb would look like the following:
What are Breadcrumbs?
Besides being those little things that improve the taste of so many homemade dishes, breadcrumbs are the navigation aid that reside on the right-hand side, just above the content and just below the header.
Breadcrumbs are a traditional and standard way to let users know where they are in your (WKU's) website from a hierarchical standpoint. Each hierarchy is usually separated by what is known as a glyph - in WKU's website, we are using the slash ( / ), to separate each link in the hierarchy.
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