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(1) A click over the marigold in the upper, left corner opens the Site Map. (2) A click over the slanted arrow to the left above opens the Portal Page. (3) The headings below are links too:

Abbreviations ⁓ For expressing more succinctly or conveniently.

Additions (What's New) ⁓ New material on-site, revisions, and that sort of information.

Adjustments ⁓ On this page, some of the clickable text links and icons are explained. There is advice for regulating the text size, the shape of pages and keyboard commands too.

Bibliography ⁓ Access to this fund of literature references can be accessed by the 'Literature' link at bottom of many pages also.

Disclaimer ⁓ Aims at a proper perspective.

Discourse markers ⁓ The markers called icons here, are good helps to identify and better appropriate content. That is to say, such markers or tokens may be used in schemata: in structured models designed to ease perception and cognition, for example. They also help keeping track of where in an essay you might be. Icons serve other ends too.

Get a Tao ⁓ The art of arranging selected statements according to a ready-made, fixed design is laid bare. One may hope to arrive at loose yet fit training programs from it all.

Glossaries ⁓ The link termed 'Words' in the bottom left corner of a page leads to (1) a related glossary, or (2) or to the site-search page and its links to dictionaries and reference works. In the latter case, the 'Search' button (link) on top of most pages does the same "trick".

Layout ⁓ The site's upcoming, responsive web design (RWD) gets built to make content more accessible and enjoyable across a wider range of devices: (some) smartphones, phablets, mini tablets, tablets and desktop computers.

Literature references(a) The Literature headline near the bottom of many pages also serves as a link to a larger site bibliography, where there are references listed for some thousand works. Book references or entries conform to the standards of the Chicago Manual of Style, the humanities variant. (b) In text, various code letters (acronyms and initial words) in brackets refer to works. Page numbers are put right after such code letters.

Personages ⁓ Personages on the site, listed alphabetically, with page links.

Refer ⁓ In writing to the site owner and referring to a page, please include the 'location address' atop the page(s).

Renditions ⁓ From the art and craft of quoting: old and new signs for different sorts of extracts and referrals are developed.

Reservations ⁓ Ready-made, presupposed qualifications allows for writings with much ease.

Search the site ⁓ There is a 'Search' button (link) in the top band of most pages. It will open the site search utilities, some dictionaries and reference works.

Thematic ⁓ Pages with things in common are grouped into 'sets'. There are links to the sets on top and at bottom of most pages. (Site sections too offer an overview of fairly similar pages in many cases.)

Various ⁓ Alphabetic list of miscellaneous pages for dealing with the site - that is, tips and pages of site-handling and a few pages for beginning site designers.

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