Quite some work has been put into the usability of the html website interface. Though if you don't like it, simply change
src/template.html out for something more basic - or more fancy.
If you use the pypi package, this becomes more difficult, so the option to define your own template has been added to the configuration file: https://github.com/obsidian-html/obsidian-html#use-a-custom-html-template
Hover over any header to see a chain link icon. Clicking on this will send you to the page and scroll to the header location.
When you open a whole chain of notes, you'll be scrolled rightward to keep up.
Clicking on a click-back corner will align that note with the left of the screen. This allows you to move back/forward one note at a time.
Of course, the scrollbar and arrow keys are available too as methods of navigation.
The clickbacks are in the top right corner of every note:
When you click on a new link in an earlier tab, all the open tabs after it will be closed.
There is a
?path= part in the link that allows you to open the same set of tabs after a refresh.
Read more Graph View.