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Has anyone had any firsthand experience with, or know of any research conducted on, the effect of including or not including global navigation on process pages? Our marketing department wants to eliminate global navigation on process pages (such as "register" and "subscribe"), arguing that navigation is a  "distraction" that causes users to abandon the process. Other business groups want to retain global navigation on all pages. Thoughts?




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