case you encounter any problems with using the site, read on. This is an
instructional FAQ on how to navigate the website without trouble.
1. How do I navigate around this website?
This page is designed so that the navigation is made as easy as possible for the user. The page has all links on all the pages. The top bar (seen below) leads to the more general user-helping oriented pages.
The left sidebar on the other hand sends you to the other parts of the website. The topic link sends you to the main bulk of information regarding the nervous system. The activities page sends you to a bunch of activities you can try during your own free time. We also included a link to a the authors and our acknowledgements (sources).
2. What if a link doesn't work?
Links always tend to break at times, I bet you've encountered several breaks yourself, well the best way to move around is the sitemap. We'd also appreciate it if you'd report any of the broken links to us.
3. I need to look for a word but I can't find it, what do I do?
Our site is equipped with a search engine to make all that moving around a lot easier for you. To access it, click the link on the top right corner or here.
4. I want to know more about the author...?
Well, thanks for the thought. You can check us out using the left sidebar linking to the authors. Unfortunately the authors page isn't very concise, so if you really want to know more, just e-mail any one of us. email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. Can I test what I already know?
Our website can give you a mini-test. It will check your over-all readiness for this subject. Try it here.
6. What are the best settings for viewing this site?
We used Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 for our viewing, we would recommend the same. It is also set at 1024 x 768 resolution.
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