just a few notes on how to best navigate this
site, mainly for those of you who are
new to the net and might be encouraged by reading a few pointers:
on page 2 you find the
site index which is basically a list of links that takes you
to the beginning of each section mentioned.
links will always be a color different from the normal text and underlined; links
also take on the form of thumbnails which are small images that, when clicked, will
take you to the page with the large image on it.
you can tell you are dealing with a link when
the pointer of your cursor changes
to a hand.
your browser (netscape e.g.) has a few menu buttons/menu
items that will be valuable
while navigating the site.
bookmark those pages that you want to refer back to, like page 2 (site index), or
the pages that hold the thumbnails, or the beginning of a section that is of
special interest to you.
use the 'go' menu to jump backwards a few pages.
use the 'back' button when you want to go back 1 or 2 pages: e.g. say you linked
to a big image from the thumbnail page -- you'd use the back button to return to the
thumbnail page and select another image to look at.
pages within a section ('new work', e.g.) have
links that go forward, like turning
the pages of a book. at the end of each section you can continue or you can go back
to the site index and choose another section.
of course, if you have bookmarked the site
index (page 2) you can go back there
any time you want.
hope this helps. sabine
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ps. any feedback about the structure, look or
ease/difficulty of navigating this site
will be much appreciated. e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org