In the interest of a controlled vocabulary, what terms have you used, or do you prefer to use for the > that is placed between breadcrumb trail elements?
^ is a caret, but that isn't quite accurate. "Greater-than sign" just sounds out of place.
Thanks in advance for your replies.
Path indicator, to be brief about it.
That character is a dilemiter and can take different forms in the context of breadcrumbs. You can call it "angle bracket". Hope this helps :)
I call them "chevrons". Some other terms used according to Wikipedia (see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bracket#Uses_of_.22.3C.22_and_.22.3E.22):
"the less-than and greater-than symbols are often referred to as angled brackets, diamond brackets, crocodile brackets, chevrons and so on"
Technically, yes, it is a greater than sign. But since you're not using it in a mathematical context I would just call it a right arrow.Brian
Hi, I'm also interested in knowing. I have also used chevron or arrow depending on the document and audience (tho in this case I much prefer to use the arrow symbol)