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Direction links

v2.1.4

Direction links are accompanied by arrows to help users move quickly to other parts of the page or through a process.

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Install
npm i @gov.au/direction-links
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  • Alex Page avatar picture
  • Petra Gulicher avatar picture
  • Simon Pascal Klein avatar picture
  • Trevor Brennan avatar picture
  • Julian Fleetwood avatar picture
  • Dominik Wilkowski avatar picture
  • Gary Broadbent avatar picture
  • Patrick De Young avatar picture
  • Hannah J. Nicdao avatar picture

Default

Use direction links to indicate a physical direction, such as:

  • Linking 'up' or 'down' within the page.
  • Going 'back' to a parent page.
  • Showing the 'next' or 'previous' pages.

Example

Buttons

Sometimes direction is needed inside a form. Buttons offer a way to direct users to the next or previous section inside a form.

Example