AInotes are a useful way of displaying Additional Information (AI) to the user without taking up a lot of screen space or opening a new window which then has to be closed. You will know there is an AInote to be seen when you see one of the following symbols:
Information on a source or reference
Definition of a word, phrase, or term
Useful or interesting additional information
Simply hold the mouse cursor over the symbol for the AInote you want to see, and it will pop up. As soon as you move your mouse away from the symbol, the AInote will disappear. Simple!
Note that AInotes use Dynamic HTML, so if your browser doesn't support DHTML,
the notes will appear at the bottom of the screen.
Navigating the site using the menu system is fast and simple. It allows you to see an overview of the site, and it allows you to quickly move to a specified section. The default menu loads in Java. If your browser doesn't support Java, or you just don't like the Java menu, you can toggle between it and a plain HTML menu by clicking the link at the top of the frame. In both formats, the names of the chapters are displayed in a large font. Just click one of the chapters to open it and see its subsections. Click a subsection to open it. Note that using the VCR back and forward chapter buttons, you can be reading a different chapter than is displayed in the Java menu. If you use the HTML menu, the menu and the information should stay in sync.
The VCR-style navigation is quick and easy to use. It is good for scanning through the site, and it is always close at hand.
Move to the last chapter
Move to the last section
Move to the next section
Move to the next chapter