# Logical site structure


Logical site structure is a system of organization of links between pages of a site. Site structure must be defined in the first stages of creation of a project before the beginning of design development.

There are the three main ways of organization of site structure:

  • Linear structure. The pages are following one another and the user must go through them as a slide show.
  • Tree-like structure. After the entry to the main Web page a user chooses where to go further. After a transfer to a section he selects a necessary subsection, etc.
  • Lattice structure. In it all the pages are placed in various threads. The user has a possibility to move through them not only vertically (upward) and down but horizontally (in other words, between threads in different levels).

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