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The structure is overly rigid. A single page is inherently linear. Although visitors
can skip around within the page, the structure still mirrors that of the printed page
and doesn't take advantage of the flexibility of smaller pages linked in a nonlinear
At the other extreme, you could create a whole bunch of little pages with links between
them, as illustrated in Figure 18.25.
Many little pages.
Smaller pages load very quickly.
You can often fit the entire page on one screen, so the information can be scanned
Maintaining all those links will be a nightmare. Just adding some sort of naviga-
tional structure to that many pages may create thousands of links.
If you have too many links between pages, the links may seem jarring. Continuity
is difficult when your visitors spend more time moving from page to page than
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