You can navigate through the site intuitional and fast in many different ways! I created this tutorial for new users on the internet to help them recognise the useful features as much as for more experienced users, as this site has a lot of optional features.
During creation, I tried to find as much ways as possible to enhance the "usabilityty" The Website has four hierarchical Layers:
Some webbrowsers (Mozilla, Firefox, Opera and a few others) come with a feature called "site-navigation-toolbar" and offer an alternative navigation using the controls/elements of your browser. The chief attraction here is, that you can use this feature with all websites that contain the additional code, so you donīt have to accustom yourself to the navigation of every website. This feature is result of the HTML-standard and is part of it since version 2 (current version is 4.01), so more and more webdesigner implement the additional code in their webpages - I also did as itīs an official element of the HTML-standard! You can verify that by using the Markup-Validator of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). Unfortunately, the Internet Explorer is one of the Browsers that donīt support this useful feature. This is the fault of microsoft. In my humble opinion, the Internet Explorer is not a quite good browser anyway, but i is your decision how much comfort and usability you want.
Okay, back to topic: You have to change the settings of your browser to use the site-navigation-toolbar:
An additional way to navigate through the website is to use so-called Access-Keys. With the Access-Key-Navigation, you can move within the site in seconds - if you are a fan of controlling a computer primary by keyboard, youīll like that! Usage: Hold the Alt+Shift-Keys pressed and tap the respective Access-Key. You can identificate the Access-Keys with a coloured letter in each entry in the section-menu. The Access-Keys of a chapter is itīs initial letter, for example "i" for the chapter "info", to change to the german website, use the "g" (back with "e" for the english website).
...are (almost) ever marked with dashed underlines, which turn into a solid line, if you move the pointer above the link. On the one hand I think, that thatīs a more creative way to mark links than simply use solid lines - on the other hand, by using this method to mark links, solid underlines can be used to accent text - the original purpose of them.