About the Website
The navigation buttons are simple structural devices that co-ordinate
- concept, e.g."The water trail"
- action, e.g. "click on the water trail button"
- collecting and naming a group of links
Some examples of navigation buttons:
- top-down analysis of the website
in terms of principal conceptual structures (water trail, ridge route and kwik tour), with links to minor conceptual
structures (e.g., this page)
- activating the button returns the user to the top of the analysis
- identified with the entry page: every other page leads to the entry
- comprehensive index of pages
- (a) activating the button takes the user to the page
(b) pagelist is: lite and tite, ubiquitously located at the end of each page,
the fastest way to get to a known remote location
- identified with pagelist page; every other page leads to it
- "continue" -- marks a jump in the server file structure, but without effect on a linear conceptual sequence
STRUCTURE OF THIS WEBSITE
Hyprlink -- the structure of the website -- here's a shortcut to Base Camp
Coding follows HTML 2.0 with the following enhancements:
- ALIGN, as to images and headings
- HEIGHT and WIDTH, as to images (for faster loading)
- WIDTH, ALIGN and SIZE enhancements for horizontal rules (<HR>)
CONDITIONS OF USE
Website version: 092898
Approximate size: 1 Megabyte
No use may be made of any text or image in this website except to
the extent such use is protected by law or licensed by the author. No use
for profit unless pursuant to a written license.
All materials copyright by Robert Kovsky, 1997.