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Navigation is located at the top, left-hand-side and at the bottom (footer) of every page.
Navigation located at the top is the main sections of the website:- home, about, faq and contact.
The left-hand-side navigation is for more specific content:- news, training, kids' corner, skills, rules, dictionary, teachers info, schools partnership, forward plans, links, take six, international and mbe manual.
The bottom (footer) navigation repeats the main top navigation and also includes the site map page where every page on the website can be easily located and this accessibility page.
The Mini-Basketball website also includes a search facility located at the top right. Just enter a specific word or phrase into the search box and press enter or the search button and a list of relevant pages will appear.
This website also features breadcrumbs which is the path you took to get to a specific page. The breadcrumb navigation links are shown in the top right just underneath the main top navigation.
Every photograph/image throughout the website is clickable to allow users to view a larger size of that chosen image. Each image also includes the 'alt' tag which are text based alternatives to the images. This feature is useful for screen readers and if the image doesn't load or appear in your web browser.