Prepositions after "navigate"

"navigate to" or "navigate through"?

In 33% of cases "navigate to" is used

Swipe to the left to navigate to the next page.

You may be asked to navigate to the WinBUGS14 folder.

navigate to: Upgrading Follow the same procedure as above.

Then navigate to your Basic Information section and put your description in the About field.

You want the searcher to be tempted to click on your listed link and navigate to your website.

You can navigate to specific days/events using the menu to the right or read the full blog below.

Place highly visible links to the new resource on the old site to allow visitors to easily navigate to your new site.

Then, just click on the person you are interested in, and you can navigate to the categories of information we track for them.

They may also present each section of the website in a far more graphical way, making it clear when you need to navigate to next.

Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.

In 28% of cases "navigate through" is used

Motorcycles navigate through traffic easier.

It is best suited to use it for navigating through the years.

You can easily navigate through the most rated keywords by this.

I was so impressed with the ease we navigated through the city and the venues.

The job in design is to help people navigate through complexity in a simple way.

I say you're a good dad just trying to navigate through this whole parenting thing.

Parents are excited because navigating through what activities to get their kids involved with is a challenge.

Users should be able to easily navigate through the site to find what products, goods, or services are promised.

Wealthfront helps clients navigate through their entire financial lifecycle and manages their investments for them.

Swipe Through Your Tabs New In panorama view, use a two-finger swipe on the trackpad to navigate through your open tabs.

In 6% of cases "navigate with" is used

The site is simple enough to navigate with a simple white and orange theme.

The UI appeals the user to share content without having to navigate with simple dialog boxes.

I think it was wrong to exclude the GPS from the assessment, but it was right to test if we could navigate without one.

I suppose the GPS helped here, but if I was better at navigating with map and compass the situation wouldn't have arisen.

Large ships need to be navigated with greater accuracy due to limited sea room both in coastal waters and during pilotage.

Navigation seems to be faster and responsive which make it easy to navigate with images or mouse oriented games instead of mouse and keyboard.

I like the photos Chris;) I dislike GPS devices, but largely because I know people who use them because they can not navigate with a map and compass.

If you are navigating with just a GPS then retrace your steps to a city and do not enter the wilderness again until you have bought a good map and compass.

For cetaceans, the toothed whales evolved to navigate with echolocation, and may have needed a larger brain to process the information from all the returning echoes.

In 5% of cases "navigate by" is used

For the Australians, Pizzati drove and was navigated by Page.

Seldom, indeed, do men embark for war in ships manned and navigated by enemy aliens.

Non-readers generally navigate by looking at pictures and links until they find what they are looking for.

Soon a long stretch of trail from northwest of Wellington to Highline Mushroom Farms may be easily navigated by foot, cycle or stroller.

They raced with the tools of the time, navigating by dead reckoning and sextant (Roddy Ainslie, a skipper from that first race, admitted his boat was lost much of the time).

Captained by Colonel Werner Baumbach and navigated by Captain Ernst Koenig, the plane took off at a little after four o'clock in the morning, and headed towards the North Sea.

Evidence show that these fearless and fearsome seamen navigated by reading the position of the Sun and stars, and through an intimate knowledge of landmarks, currents and waves.

In 5% of cases "navigate in" is used

In all cases I had no problems navigating in both directions and found your design easy and intuitive.

I have used the smartphone for navigating in a blizzard on the Cairngorm Plateau and I can see the screen okay.

Back came the controversy because again a few people are misusing them and think that they can navigate in the hills with the basic maps provided.

In 4% of cases "navigate around" is used

You'll use these to navigate around the browser, as you would on a regular computer.

But let's see how we can navigate around the barriers and get the info you requested.

I think that's just a discipline for any songwriter, that you can identify that and navigate around it.

Navigating around the fearless geese that roam the 380-year-old park, it felt a bit like Central Park in miniature.

One of the central challenges faced by its designers was to provide a way of navigating around what must be one of the largest public websites in existence.

In 4% of cases "navigate for" is used

None of them hold any magic qualities that will navigate for you.

Understandably, NYC can be difficult to navigate for those visiting and for those who live there.

These neighborhoods are very expansive to plow for snow and time-consuming to navigate for ambulances and fire trucks.

In fact, she holds Feminism out at arm's length, as though its seeping discontent might color the environment she's managed to navigate for herself.

The park had become covered in tents and tarps, making it next to impossible to safely navigate for the public, and for first responders who are responsible for guaranteeing public safety.

In 3% of cases "navigate between" is used

On Magic Mouse, navigate between tabs with a one-finger swipe.

For instance, there are shortcut keys for opening a new window, launching Outlook, searching the Net and navigating between tabs.

It enables us to recognise your account when you navigate between web pages, and (should you not have logged off) when you return to NewsNow from the same browser and computer.

In 2% of cases "navigate away" is used

It's no wonder that we feel distracted when, as soon as you land on a web page, the designer and the tech guy who've built it, invite you to navigate away from it.

This timeline, recently released by the development team at Twitter, allows you to automatically view media we post on Twitter without having to navigate away from the page.

In 2% of cases "navigate on" is used

Confusing and hard to navigate on purpose.

Once you're in Glasgow, the centre of the city is easy to navigate on foot as it is relatively compact.

On top of this, HTC have added their own Sense user interface, which makes navigating on the Desire easy and enjoyable.

In 2% of cases "navigate without" is used

I think it was wrong to exclude the GPS from the assessment, but it was right to test if we could navigate without one.

I? m certainly not saying you should not use these things when outdoors, but I am saying you should learn to navigate without them at times.

In 1% of cases "navigate along" is used

The itinerary navigates along Beaujolais, Cotes du Rhone &; Chateauneuf-du-Pape with of course tastings and cellar visits.

In 1% of cases "navigate at" is used

These should have been the flying machines, navigated at great heights with the aid of quicksilver with a great propulsive wind.

In 1% of cases "navigate due" is used

The recovery period over the last five years since the global recession has become even more difficult to navigate due to distress in the Eurozone and fiscal tightening around the world.

In 1% of cases "navigate from" is used

You can use the device to navigate from your current location to another location.

In 1% of cases "navigate into" is used

When I log into it, I only see our page, no search bar, no left sidebar, no way to navigate into fb.

In 1% of cases "navigate out" is used

The question is how to navigate out of this mess.

In 1% of cases "navigate outside" is used

Why? Because the apps don't let me navigate outside their parameters.

In 1% of cases "navigate over" is used

Unfortunate vessels were wrecked when they tried to navigate over the submerged breakwater debris.

In 1% of cases "navigate past" is used

Beyond the curb, which is barely visible because of the hawkers ' equipment, one sees a man trying to navigate past what appears to be a badly potholed street.

In 1% of cases "navigate throughout" is used

LS4 is a support team for professional athletes to help them navigate throughout their life phases and transitions.