2.1.4. Site design

[1]: "Organize Information Effectively - Whenever you group information using hyper-linked pages, you must maintain a balance between page depth (level of nested pages) and the length of individual pages. With handhelds, you should generally lean toward a deeper hierarchy rather than longer pages. This is primarily because it can be difficult to find your place in a lengthy section of text using the scroll bar. Try splitting long documents into pieces and creating indexes where possible. If splitting the document is undesirable, try using named anchors to mark sections and maintain links to them in a table of contents. For large or complicated data, you might choose to employ multiple indexes."

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