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I have limited space on the top navigation of my bootstrap website and among other links, I have both the company logo and home (index) link, Both logo and index scroll to the top of the page.

I want to add another link and its going to take up space.

Can I safely get rid of the "Home" link assuming the user will click on the company logo?

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  • Yes I use the Logo as a Link to the Home page. But you still need to have a list entry for "Home" for the people who dont (want to) use the logo as Link. – BlueWizard Jun 24 '15 at 9:40
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Links should add navigation value

If all your "home" link does is scroll to the top of the page, there's a good chance you never needed it in the first place. Sounds like you're dealing with a one page site, in which case sections can be indicated by a running side nav. That may buy you some more header real estate.

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