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Navigation throughout the site is kept as uniform as possible. In the left top corner of each screen, there is a colour-coordinated navigation bar with a row of seven buttons, which (in most cases) looks as follows:

homeinfouppreviousnexthelpmail

Apart from navigating this site through textual or pictorial links on the pages, you can also navigate it using these standard buttons. When you hover with your mouse over the button its colour will change to red, and a little help tool-tip is shown in a box. In some cases, a button may be left blank, denoting that this option is not available on that page. (E.g. on this page, you are only able to select two buttons.) The meaning of the buttons is as follows:

home page button

Home Page button. This little house will take you back to Internet Lodge Festival 2002 Home Page.

information button

Information button. This button takes you to the programme page, from where you can conveniently access all of the other pages of the website.

up button

Up button. Clicking this button brings you to the level above the current page in the specific section you are in. (In most cases this would be the introduction page directly above the current page in the hierarchy.) If you are on the first page of a section, this will take you up to first page of the previous section.

previous button

Previous button. Clicking this button brings you to the previous page in the current level of the hierarchy. (In most cases this is the item above the current page in that section or subsection.)

next button

Next button. Clicking this button brings you to the page after the current one in the specific section you are in. (In most cases this would be the page listed below the current one in the main index for the section.) In some cases, where a page leads to more than one sub-page, this button is switched-off. Sometimes, it is replaced by the ‘Detail’ or the ‘Down’ button.

help button

Help button. This button will get you to the Help section, where further information on specific topics is provided. From the main page, it opens the FAQ. From the FAQ page, it opens this page.

mail button

Mail button. I always appreciate comments and suggestions: this button will open your e-mail client allowing you to email me your ideas or questions.

Please note that on some pages one or more of the standard buttons as described above may be replaced by one of the following special buttons.

outside button

Outside button. This button opens a new window and takes you outside the scope of this site. It is mostly used to link you to another site where you can book on-line for a certain event (hotel, ferry, etc.)

detail button

Detail button. This button opens in a new window a special page with detailed information on the subject. It is most frequently used to link to panoramic views, etc. It sometimes replaces the ‘Next’ button.

referring page button

Referring Page button. Some pages of the site can be accessed from many other pages. For this reason, and to prevent the navigation of the site from getting tangled, this button uses JavaScript (requiring Netscape 2 or higher or MSIE) to return you to the page you were on. This button is most commonly found on help pages. This is just an alternative to the ‘Back’ button on your browser and it should behave in the same way.

close window button

Close Window button. This button closes a previously opened window. This button is most commonly found when you have opened another window through clicking on the ‘Detail’ button. This is just an alternative to the ‘Close’ button on your browser and it should behave in the same way.

down button

Down button. This button replaces the ‘Next’ button in the last page of a specific section. It will take you to the first page of the next section.

blank button

Blank button. This button indicates that there is no function connected to it. It is e.g. used on pages where there is no previous page in the hierarchy to navigate.


Buttons courtesy of aaa-buttons