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Tips For Navigating the Online Version of The TCP/IP Guide
The TCP/IP Guide contains a great
deal of informationmany hundreds of pages of text, figures and
tables. Organizing and structuring this much material into a Web site
that is easy to read and navigate is a challenge. I spent quite a bit
of time designing the site and including navigation features that I
hope will make it easy for you to use.
Here are some tips for understanding
how the material is organized and how best to navigate through it:
- Sections, Topics and Pages: As explained
in this Introduction, The TCP/IP Guide
uses a hierarchical structure of sections that contain subsections,
which may in turn be divided into further subsections as well as individual
topics. Because some topics are very long, many have been broken
into pages. There are over 1,500 sections, topics and pages on
- Hierarchy Navigation: Near the top of
each page of the site you will see in a purple-outlined box a cascading
set of links that reflect your current position in The TCP/IP organizational
structure. You can click any of these links to go up one or more levels
in the hierarchy. For example, the hierarchy navigation for the topic
you are now reading shows it is within the section The
TCP/IP Guide: Introduction and "Guide To The Guide",
which is in turn under The TCP/IP Guide.
- Accessing the Table Of Contents: To the
left of the hierarchy navigation box is the table of contents button.
Click it to bring up the full contents of
The TCP/IP Guide.
- Next/Previous Section/Topic Navigation:
At the top and bottom of each page is a solid purple box that contains
buttons and links for moving sequentially through the Guide. On the
far left and far right of this box are text links and large arrows that
take you directly to the start of the previous or next full topic or
section. These always take you to the first page of any topic that has
multiple pages, to allow you to skip all the pages of any topic you
dont want to read.
- Direct Page Navigation: In the middle
of the purple box you will see a navigation display for moving easily
through the pages of a topic. Each page number is listed, with the current
page shown in white text on a dark background, and the other pages hyperlinked
for easy direct access.
- Next/Previous Page Navigation: You will
also see in the purple box smaller arrows that take you to the previous
or next page of The TCP/IP Guide. The small left arrow goes to the previous
page of the current topic, or if you are on its first (or only) page,
the last page of the previous topic. The right arrow goes to the next
page of the current topic, or if you are on its last (or only) page,
takes you to the first page of the next topic. You can use these arrow
to move sequentially through the entire TCP/IP Guide.
- Text Links: At the bottom of each page
are a set of text links that take you to The TCP/IP Guide home page,
the Table of Contents, and the page where you can contact me with questions
Thats pretty much it! If you
still need assistance, please write to me using The
TCP/IP Guide contact page.
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Version 3.0 - Version Date: September 20, 2005
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