Since I see there's a big rehawl of Mozilla's menu, might do this as well. A lot of people agree that "Site Navigation Bar" is an ugly and confusing name for it. Especially next to "Navigation Toolbar". Which is also quite far from the purpose of <link> tags. And having 2 sets of "next" and "Previous" bottons in a browser aint helping much to figure out how this "navigation" is different. It also ties the functioning of the bar to the action of "navigation", leaving no space for stuff like alternative styles, which a lot people feel rightfully belongs there, instead of being hidden somewhere in the menu. Noone considered "Page Bar" or "Page Links Bar" in bug 102991. Which, if you think about it, is as much spot on as it can possibly be. No confusion with any another similarly named bars. Not too tied to it's technical side. And gives a very straight association to a book, and notions of Next and Previous page. And can very well accomodate alternative styles and links to alternative versions of the page without any awkward feeling about them. This is just a sudgestion which haven't been considered before (bug 102991), and which I feel can be a much better alternative to current confusing name.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 135619 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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