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I have web page that shows the detail information for a parcel of land. You can do the following things from the page. I included an image with the current setup.
- return to results
- show an interactive map
- print a special print format version of this page
- view your tax bill
- view your trim notice
- Let us know if the Address we have on file is wrong
I originally had the print button in the yellow highlighted area on the image next to the account number. I felt that having a button just "hanging out" below the button set above it was awkward. The Trim Notice button will appear for some time below the situs. Again the button will just be "hanging out".
Of all these items, the most unique is the Tax Bill. It needs to take the user to a completely different agency's website. Users need to understand that.
I'd also appreciate any general advice that I can use as a rule of thumb in the future. So I can show to the client a layout structure that was thought out. They may tell me to do something else, but I'd like a starting point.