I'm building a website where the index page acts like a "landing" page, with several sections of interest and call to actions throughout, the website also has 2 to 3 other pages.
Now I'm wondering, because I haven't seen any examples of this, if it is clear to the user if those two navigations are combined?
This is what I came up with, where the home page has nav items that have slightly less opacity, referencing to the anchor tags (scrollTo) on the page, and a secondary navigation to the right for the other pages.
Would this be considered a good practice? Or is it confusing to the user? This would also mean that the navigation with "referenties" and "team", is hidden on the other pages, since those anchor tags won't exist there.
Edit, from my research
I've seen that a lot of designers that work in a similar style just don't have the one-page navigation for the homepage. I'm not sure if it's good to assume that the user will scroll instead of navigating away from the landing/home page straight away, but I find very few examples of this double-navigation case.