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nikitadoroshenko
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Google company use in their code only ‘a’ tags without any lists (if you’ll check top and bottom menus).

I’m sure not silly people working in so huge company, and their web site more powerfull on all ways then Twitter.

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UI20
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Google company use in their code only ‘a’ tags without any lists (if you’ll check top and bottom menus). I’m sure not silly people working in so huge company, and their web site more powerfull on all ways then Twitter.

Nonsense…

But sure use that ONE example as basis of all your decisions and good luck with it.

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EireStudio
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Google company use in their code only ‘a’ tags without any lists (if you’ll check top and bottom menus). I’m sure not silly people working in so huge company, and their web site more powerfull on all ways then Twitter.

Roflcopter, that is alll :D

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organicbee
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Google company use in their code only ‘a’ tags without any lists (if you’ll check top and bottom menus). I’m sure not silly people working in so huge company, and their web site more powerfull on all ways then Twitter.

you do realize google has like 80 million servers(exaggeration) right? server load time for them is/should be as fast at your ips can load it.

google = a company that wants to take over the world proof here

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cramdesign
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List items are the correct way to do it. You cannot have more than one level without them. To even see a 1k difference, you would have to have more than 100 items in your menu and with that many items you would really want the structure that a list can provide. For dynamic menus, there is no question, do it with list items. For a small, hard coded menu, just using anchor tags is probably ok.

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ThemeGoods
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Depend on how do you use it right?

If your site is millions visitors per month or many many concurrent users then your simple code is the best but if you have only thousands requests why wasting time?

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OrdinaryThemes
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Google company use in their code only ‘a’ tags without any lists (if you’ll check top and bottom menus). I’m sure not silly people working in so huge company, and their web site more powerfull on all ways then Twitter.

Don’t use Google as an example ( codewise :D ), they use too complicated things to learn from. :)

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