(How to Use Tom's Web)
by Tom (eMail)
Please keep in Mind the Following Design Goals:
- Point the User as directly as possible to the content ... and pass over the fluff !
- Provide unique content for the unique User ... these pages are not for browsing !
- Provide unique Key Word access that a unique User uses .
- Topic-sites which are similar but point to different URLs are numbered (e.g. binary star .. #2 .. #3)
- Pages that provide executable Java programs are identified by "-J"
- Topic Gateways (i.e. pages of links) to related sites are identified by "-G"
Things the User Can Do:
- Learn to use a web page editor to take notes or build a unique resource for yourself. To do this:
-- learn to download web pages back to your own system
-- learn to download graphics back to your own system (click with the right key)
-- learn to "grab" URLs so that they can be added to your notes
-- learn how to create a reference URL within page (called a "bookmark")
-- ... and more
- Every effort is made to focus on unique content and data resources. To do this, related parent-pages, sibling-pages and child-pages may not be references. The user is encouraged to use the "location-bar"--found at the top of page--to look at related materials. To do this you must manually deleting the right-most file or directory name ... and then clicking-back to peruse the parent pages.
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