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How to use this site (FAQ)

These Frequently Asked Questions relate to navigational concerns users may have about contextsensitivesolutions.org. For any questions related to actual site topic-matter, please explore the 'What is CSS?' topic at the top left of your screen.

 

QUESTIONS

  1. What's the best way to explore the site?
  2. Printing Articles?
  3. Can I save images?
  4. Can I quote from documents on this site?
  5. How can I remember site content I like?
  6. What are PDF Files and how can I view them?
  7. Can I let colleagues know about information I find interesting on-site?
  8. What does 'Refine Your Results' mean?
  9. Where can I discuss CSS related issues on this site?
  10. Is there an on-site listing of CSS-practicing organisations?
  11. How do I know when a CSS related event occurs?
  12. I have some information I would like to see listed on the site, how can I send it in?

 

ANSWERS

  1. What's the best way to explore the site?


    There are several ways to explore this site:
    1. Topics Bar: Along the top of this window is a bar with some options for you to choose from. Passing your cursor over 'What is CSS?' for example, will drop-down a sub-menu with options such as 'Benefits of CSS.' Choosing an option will take you to the related page.
    2. Resource Bank & Search: Using the Resource Bank, on the left side of the screen, you can do one of two things: search for content using the simple search form; and view 'related content' to whatever page you're on.
    3. Site Sections: To the left of the screen is a series of main site sections you may choose to enter.
    4. Breadcrumb Trail: This shows you where on the site you are - look to the top of the screen for a clickable path from "You are here"
    5. Site Map: As well, at the bottom of every page you will find a link to our Site Map, which is an exhaustive list of site content.
  2. Printing Articles?


    You may print articles from our website so long as the usage of those printed files is in accordance with our Copyright Guidelines. To do so, simply click on the printer icon at the top-right of any article you are viewing.
  3. Can I save images?


    You can save images by right-clicking on them using your mouse. Please note that the use of these images is controlled by our Copyright Guidelines.
  4. Can I quote from documents on this site?


    To quote material from the site simply cut and paste the text. Before reusing any content from this site, please check our Copyright Guidelines for any applicable restrictions.
  5. How can I remember site content I like?


    This website has its own bookmark feature - if you like something you are reading and want to return to it, simply click on 'Add to your CSS Toolbox' and you will be able to return to that content again by clicking into your 'CSS Toolbox' (located at the top-right of your screen). You will need to Register and log-in to us the Toolbox feature.
  6. What are PDF Files and how can I view them?


    PDF files open using Adobe Acrobat. To download the appropriate file viewer, please visit Adobe's website
  7. Can I let colleagues know about information I find interesting on-site?


    To let people know about something on-site, simply send them an email link to whatever you think they would be interested in reading - click on 'Email this Page,' usually found at top of the article to do this instantaneously!
  8. What does 'Refine Your Results' mean?


    'Refine your Results' allows you to find the information you're looking for more easily. If you click a link and get a long list of related content, you can trim it down by choosing what interests you most out of the options given under 'Refine your Results.'
  9. Where can I discuss CSS related issues on this site?


    Our Discussion Forums can be found under the heading 'Get Involved' to the bottom left of the screen. In addition, you may begin or join a discussion based on a particular page in the site by clicking 'Discuss' at the top or bottom of the page.
  10. Is there an on-site listing of CSS-practicing organisations?


    The listing of CSS practicing organisations on this site is called out 'CSS Network.' You can access it by clicking on the CSS Network tab (with the orange border) in navigation area to the left of your screen. You may also submit organizations for inclusion in the CSS Network section by going to the Submit Content page.
  11. How do I know when a CSS related event occurs?


    On the left of your screen you will see 'CSS Calendar' listed under the 'Get Involved' header. Clicking in will get you to the site's events calendar, to which registered site members can add events. User-submitted events are subject to approval by site administrators.
  12. I have some information I would like to see listed on the site, how can I send it in?


    We would love to add your information to the site: simply click on Submit Content, listed under Get Involved on the left of your screen, chose the appropriate type of information you would like to send us and follow the instructions.


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