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I am wanting to know your views on differentiating e-commerce sections of a site from pages dedicated to the actual walk in store... in the navigation?

For example, the navigation bar at the top of the site may have links reading "Welcome", "About", "Shop", "Store", and "Contact", but this may not make it clear whether the "Shop" link will go to an online shopping section and the "Store" link will go to information about the physical building, or vice versa.

How can I make these link titles easier to understand?

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closed as unclear what you're asking by JonW Mar 21 '14 at 19:57

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What do you mean 'make titles more recognizable'? What, visually? Naming conventions? I don't really understand what the issue is that you're having so can you give more explanation about the problem you're having? – JonW Mar 21 '14 at 12:17