Breadcrumb provides contextual information about page hierarchy.

import Breadcrumb from 'primevue/breadcrumb';

Breadcrumb requires a collection of menuitems as its model, the root item is defined with the home property.

<Breadcrumb :home="home" :model="items" />

Custom content can be placed inside the items using the item template. The divider between the items has its own separator template.

<Breadcrumb :home="home" :model="items">
    <template #item="{ item }">
        <a class="cursor-pointer" :href="item.url">
            <span :class="item.icon"></span>
    <template #separator> / </template>

Items with navigation are defined with templating to be able to use a router link component, an external link or programmatic navigation.

<Breadcrumb :home="home" :model="items">
    <template #item="{ item, props }">
        <router-link v-if="item.route" v-slot="{ href, navigate }" :to="item.route" custom>
            <a :href="href" v-bind="props.action" @click="navigate">
                <span :class="[item.icon, 'text-color']" />
                <span class="text-primary font-semibold">{{ item.label }}</span>
        <a v-else :href="item.url" :target="" v-bind="props.action">
            <span class="text-surface-700 dark:text-surface-0">{{ item.label }}</span>

Screen Reader

Breadcrumb uses the nav element and since any attribute is passed to the root implicitly aria-labelledby or aria-label can be used to describe the component. Inside an ordered list is used where the list item separators have aria-hidden to be able to ignored by the screen readers. If the last link represents the current route, aria-current is added with "page" as the value.

Keyboard Support

No special keyboard interaction is needed, all menuitems are focusable based on the page tab sequence.