Navigation: Site navigation bar generation

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This class is meant to let you build a dynamic site navigation bar presented in the breadcrumb style.

The navigation bar may display links, one for each level of the site hierarchy. The title of each level link is presented using a CSS style named breadcrumb. The current level is displayed as plain text within a span using the CSS style breadcrumbcurrent.

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Site Navigation class
    - A PHP class which lets you build a dynamic site navigation bar


1. instantiate the class
2. register the object within the session
3. use the push() method to add a new page to the end of the navigation bar
4. use the html() method to generate the HTML code for displaying the navigation bar

Other methods:
* pop() removes the last page from the navigation bar
* setLevel() sets the depth of the navigation bar


* navigation.php: class definition and implementation;
* config.php, index.php: example files;
* README: this file.


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Author: Andi Trinculescu <>
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config.php Example example file
index.php Example example file
navigation.php Class Site Navigation class
style.css Example CSS example file

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