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Just to extend Mervin's answer. Via navigation - sometimes Bear in mind that users don't always reach a page via the navigation - sometimes they get there from a search engine or a link from another website. If such is the case the in-page heading serves as a bolder, more obvious cue of "where am I?" than the navigation items. (There is a bit of catch 22 ...


There are a couple of reasons why the navigation is being repeated in the examples you gave Taking the first example,while the navigation does help inform the user, the large heading helps establish the context for the page as he scans the content and the user will not be forced to look at the navigation to figure out where he is. Taking the second ...

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