Thank you for accessing the Dalgety Bay World Wide Web Site. If you are
new to the web this page gives you some tips on how to use and navigate
your way through this site. If you are happy using the web you should
just hit the back button in the top left of your tool bar and view
information on the other DBHS pages.
here if you are new to the web. The most
important thing about the world wide web is to learn how to navigate
through it. Navigation from page to page is normally done using
hyper-text links. These may be underlined and are most
commonly seen in the colour blue. However, not all things on the web
are as they seem and it's quite possible to have underlined blue text
which is not a hypertext link, or hypertext links which are not
underlined or blue. The way to confirm the presence of a link is to
move your mouse pointer over the top of a piece of hypertext. If your
browser is in its default configuration then the standard mouse pointer
will change to a pointing finger. The "value" of the hypertext link, ie
the new page that will be navigated to if you click the mouse is also
normally displayed at the bottom of the browser window.
You should note also that pictures or "buttons" may be linked as well
as text and these provide other ways of navigating round the internet.
When you go to a new web address (URL) with a mouse click you are going
forwards through the network. If you want to retrace your steps then
you can make use of the back button at the top left of the browser
window. Placing the mouse over that and clicking the active mouse
button will take you back to the page you were previously at. Once you
are there you can go forwards again by choosing another link or by
hitting the forward button which is next to the back one on the tool
bar. Need more practice? Then try the following links. The picture is
linked so clicking on that will take you to another page. Apart from
this simple introduction, just relax, take your time, and enjoy our
pages on the web.