Example for Checkpoint
13.3 - Provide information about the general layout of a site (e.g., a site map, or table of contents).

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A textual site map (or table of contents) like the one below is a good bet because it is relatively easy to maintain (and doesn't require an accessible alternative as would a graphical map). Note that the linked text should correspond to the main page title or H1 header on the target page so that the user isn't confused by seeing different titles.

Welcome Page
    Home page (main page)
                System 1000
                System 2000
                System 3000
                Power users
            System design
            System analysis
            Information management
      and so on...

For another example, each slide set in this curriculum also has a "Table of Contents". Links to them are included near the bottom of this page.

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