Using the Red Hat Web Site
Our web site is arranged into five major sections:
A map of the site is available here.
A full table of contents is available here.
Standard Page Elements
On the bottom of every page you will find a standard navigation bar that
allows you to instantly navigate to each of these areas.
In addition, on the top of every page you will find a standard menu bar
that provides quick access to the most commonly used features of our site:
In addition, some pages will have a "See also" button underneath the Red Hat logo.
This will take you to a listing of pages with topics related to the current page's.
Takes you up one level in the tree of
pages. If you are on an index page for a directory, it sends you to the
index for the directory above. Otherwise, it sends you to the index for
the current directory.
||Takes you to the top level of this web site - the home page.
Takes you to a search form with more
options than are available on the index pages of the site. Also here are
search forms for the Linux Software Map, Infoseek, and Altavista.
||Takes you to a form that allows you
to send feedback or questions to different departments of Red Hat
||Brings you to this page.
- Note on site graphics
- I have attempted to make a balance between delightful graphics and delightful load times. I have made every effort to
accomodate those on slow connections, including putting 'ALT' tags in for those who don't load images, and putting image
size tags in for those who do. While it is impossible to cater to everyone (as the site map page shows, sometimes you
just can't make things look right on Lynx ;-), hopefully you will be able to get to the information you need easily and
quickly. The search engine is your friend! Make sure to let me know what you think of the
comprimises made, and the site in general.
This web site was designed & implemented by *Elliot
(firstname.lastname@example.org) with a whole lot of comments and
ideas from Marc Ewing (email@example.com) and the rest of
the Red Hat team.
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