In many situations, time or sequence is a good way to organize information: something happens first, then something else, and so on. Figure 5-3, from Bank of America, shows a pathway page to a series of short articles on
Loans and Home Buying
The six headings give ! y^J you a sense of the process - in time order -before you read the articles.
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Buy a Home
Refinance Your Home
Use Your Home Equity
All About Mortgages
Frequently Ask ad Questions
Real Estate Center
Buy a Home
Learn about the home buying process. Read the articles ii order or skip to the topic that interests you the most.
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Figure 5-3 Organizing information in a time sequence is often the logical way to break a large topic into useful pieces.
buying a home. Just scanning down the article titles (the links) gives prospective home buyers a sense of the tasks involved and the sequence they come in.
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