Firstly, the upper, left picture on a page is clickable, and takes you to the portal page. Below that picture are the page's display key (its three numbers), followed by a set of text links to assist navigation: 'Set', 'Section', 'Queries', and 'Search'.
Display codes. Three numbers typically appear on the top of pages (not this one); the numbers areseparated by two markers. Thus, 1 1 2 shows a page that appears in the Site Map's archive 1, its section 1, and is work no. 2 there. [Find 1 1 2] [See the collection that 1 1 2 is allotted to.]
The page numbered 1 1 2 contains a series of fixed links. They are:
The site map's What's New link takes you to a page that shows most additions to the site. The site map's User's Guide contains straight information too, and a page's 'Queries' takes you to the top of the site map directly.
Here and there are quotation markers too - they are small pictures that in part help identify the source of the quotation. A Buddhist quotation may serve as an example:
Do not have evil-doers for friends, do not have low people for friends: have virtuous people for friends, have for friends the best of men [Dhammapada 78].
The icon is a wheel with eight spokes, which represents the eightfold path, also called the (gentle) Middle Way, which is the heart of Buddhism.
Outgoing links should regularly have a ◦ or similar in front, as a little service, but it is not fully implemented yet. But you can let your marker hover (keep it still a little while) on a link to see if it is outgoing, and/or where it takes you.
At the bottom or rear of a page there is typically a list of the literature made use of or referred to on the page. If such list is missing, incomplete, or you want to look into more along such lines, click on Literature heading there, to get to some thousand book references. You get to that bibliography from the 'User's Guide' too.
There may be other links at bottom too, and notes, as the case may be.
On some pages there is a text link to the site's 'User's Guide', and on most pages there is a disclaimer and a link to the site owner's e-mail address, and some more handy information.
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