A Wiking site may have two levels of navigation:
- Main menu
- Local menu of the current section
The main menu contains top level sections and is displayed as a row of folders at the top of the page by default (the appearance may vary significantly when the site uses custom styles).
The local menu displays a hierarchical list of all subsections of the current top level section. It is by default displayed on the left side of the page as a separate column labeled "In this section:". When there are no sub-ordinary sections within the current top level section, the local menu will not be displayed at all.
The current menu item is visually emphasized so that the user always knows where he is at the moment. If this visual information is not accessible for you, you may still find out where you are using the Breadcrumb navigation.
Users of assistive technologies may want to skip the menus, since they are repeated at the top of each page. See the section Moving around the current page for more information.