In website design, the three-click rule is a non-standard measurement for usability. The three-click (or 3-click) rule notes that no product or piece of content should ever be more than three clicks away from your Web site’s main page. The three-click rule was made popular by Web designer Jeffrey Zeldman in his book, “Taking Your Talent to the Web.”
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