How to navigate to the information you want
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To help you find things quickly and to support as many browsers as possible we have included three different ways to navigate areas of our site. If you are not quite sure exactly where and how to get to your favourite area then this article will give you all the information you need to surf our site like you made it yourself. Note that example images may differ slightly from what is actually on the site at the moment due to recent updates, but will still give you a good idea what to look for.

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Website Navigational Toolbars Representation
This is a representation of the most important navigational toolbars of our website. You can use this image to visually identify which areas or items we refer to in the rest of this article. Graphical items like our logo and decorations have been removed for clarity.
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Toolbar button Functions
This is a representation of the most important buttons on the navigational toolbars of our website. The function of each button is listed next to its representation. You can use this image to visually identify which areas or items we refer to in the rest of this article.
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Textbox Image Descriptions
This is a representation of the most important textbox images of our website. The description of what information each textbox expects is listed next to its representation. You can use this image to visually identify which areas or items we refer to in the rest of this article.

As can be seen in the example images above there are two main toolbars. The quick access toolbar in the top right corner that is always visible and the article navigation toolbar that appears when needed. The quick access toolbar buttons always leads to a popup window when your browser supports scripting and will function like the normal site menu otherwhise. Popup windows can be dragged around the browser and even be displayed simultaneously. They can be closed by clicking the red button in their top right corner. These popup windows allow you to perform laborious actions in a single browser refresh. The article navigation toolbar on the other hand has many buttons that makes it easier to view lists of articles. Also included is a description of images used on textboxes. This toolbar usually only appears when you click on a category in the left menu. The rest of this article will touch on the left menu and how it works. Remember that each button has a tooltip, so hovering the mouse over a button for a few seconds will display information about what the button does after a short while in most modern browsers.

Lets look at how to navigate the most important part of our website - the articles. Firstly I should mention that all articles are devided into sections of which each contain several categories. A good example is our 'Free Articles' section where 'Example Articles' is the only category. Below is an example of what the 'Free Articles' section looks like as a menu on our site.

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Our Free Articles section including its categories as a menu item. Clicking any of the category links in this menu block will display all its articles - in blog format - in the main panel which is the area in which you are reading this article now. From there you can select an article to display by clicking on the 'read' button just below it.

So for each section there will be a coloured strip followed by several categories (menu items) on the left of our site. Each section is also in its own menu block. When a category menu item is clicked it will display a list of articles - in blog format - in the main panel which is the area in which you are reading this article now. The blog layout displays 10 articles per page and is sorted by date showing the latest article first. You will see general information on each article and a short paragraph explaining what the article is about. You can read an article by clicking on the 'read' button just below it. To return to the blog list you can click the back button in your browser or simply click the same category menu item again to return to the first page of the article blog list. Another way to display articles is to perform a search.