An intentional grouping of content for the purposes of organization or presentation.

Specific types of aggregations include:

  • A hierarchical content tree
  • Lists or collections, which are normally just flat, ordered sequences of content
  • A category, tagging, or taxonomy system
  • A menu, which tends to be hierarchical and often includes non-content items like external links
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