On a mobile site I'll be putting the main navigation at the bottom of the page so that the main content is visible without having to scroll past lots of navigation options. (As per w3c recommendations) I'll be adding in an anchor link at the top (along with a link to the Home and possibly 'Back') to take the user to the navigation at the bottom, so my question is: What should the anchor link say?
Go To Navigation? Jump To Menu? Show Menu? Navigation? More?
What is the most intuitive wording for this anchor link so the user is aware that clicking it will take them to the navigation menu? Depending on the device the space will be limited so a lengthy: 'Show Full Navigation' or similar is probably out.
I've trawled the mobile webspace to see what the conventions are here and there don't seem to be any standards - infact many sites don't even have an anchor link at all, i'm not sure if this is really the best practice though.