Navbar

In this post we explain what the Navbar concept refers to. It is also known as the header or navigation menu of an app or website.
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What is the NavBar?

The NavBar, or navigation bar is an element of the user interface within a web page or app that contains links to other sections of the website. In most cases, the navigation bar is part of the main web template, which means that it appears on most, if not all, pages. This means that regardless of the page being viewed, you can use the navigation bar to visit other sections of the website. The website navigation bar is most commonly displayed as a horizontal list of links at the top of each page. It can be below the header or the logo, but it is always placed before the main content of the page. In some cases, it may make sense to place the navigation bar vertically on the left side of each page. This type of navigation bar is also called a sidebar because it appears on the side next to the main content. Some websites have a horizontal navigation bar at the top and a vertical navigation bar on the left side of each page. The navigation bar is a very important element of web design, as it allows users to quickly navigate any page or section. If you have ever visited a website without a navigation bar, you may have found it difficult to locate the page you were looking for. You may also have had to click “Back” multiple times to find a link to the next section you wanted to visit. Fortunately, web design has been standardized in recent years, and almost all websites now include a navigation bar. NOTE: Developers often refer to the Navbar as the “navigation bar”.

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