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In Webtop OPAC, breadcrumbs are a navigational aid that shows the path used to arrive at your current result set, group or record. You can use breadcrumbs to return to a previous result set or group.

Breadcrumbs appear horizontally beneath the Webtop OPAC toolbar as a trail of individual breadcrumb elements. Each of these elements is a link and contains text from the associated query. A search performed with no restrictions is included in your Breadcrumbs with the label [All Records] . Click a link in the breadcrumb trail to return to a result set or group from which your current location was derived. Longer elements are shortened using ellipsis (…), but the full text can be seen by hovering your mouse over the shortened element. As a breadcrumb trail becomes longer, a single ellipsis is substituted for one or more entire elements.

The breadcrumb trail shows the result sets and groups through which you passed as you refined your search. Items are listed in chronological order. The rightmost element of the breadcrumb trail is the most recent.