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From Virendra Dhapola <virendra.dhap...@bms.com>
Subject Re: Bread Crumb Navigation Portlet
Date Thu, 02 Sep 2004 13:43:59 GMT
Hi all,
new to this mailing list. I am not sure if this question is appropriate 
for this list. I am just wondering, are there any professional 
websites/portals which are powered by Jetspeed2. I will appreciate your 
inputs.
Thanks
virendra

Jaq Marit wrote:

>A bread crumb in the entire portal is not much of use since the portlets,
>panes,
>and other components are already organized (and can be customized) in such a
>way that navigation is already made very convenient. Besides, you can't expect
>that all users will have the same profiles/preferences with regards to the
>content of their pages.  I guess, this is one of the major distinctions between
>a web site (same content for all users) and a portal (customized content for
>every user).  
>
>Ifever you need a bread crumb, that should already be associated directly to a
>particular portlet.
>
>Just a thought...
>
>Quoting TTelcik@hbf.com.au:
>
>  
>
>>Hello Peoples,
>>
>>we are looking to implement a "bread crumb" (path) style navigation 
>>portlet within Jetspeed 1.5 (and then Jetspeed 1.6 with the JSR 168 
>>adapter when available).
>>
>>...
>>
>>This feature is quite common for many web sites with a single view.
>>
>>Does this style of navigation have a general name ?
>>
>>Has anybody seen or worked on a general approach (or pattern) for this 
>>type of problem ?
>>
>>It would seem this type of portlet could be used for many web sites 
>>requiring a particular kind of navigation.
>>
>>Comments and thoughts welcome.
>>    
>>
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