- All of the screens in the web site
have the same basic appearance and use the same basic
- The buttons on the left
side of each page provide links to the major areas of the
web site. The same buttons are used for all screens.
- The QUICK LINKS button (the
next to last button
on the left side of each page) leads to a page with a list
of links to a variety of pages throughout the site.
This provides a direct link to some pages that may require
that a number of links be followed to reach them otherwise.
The links are listed alphabetically and may be presented in
more than one format. For instance, the Lutheran Men
in Mission page is listed both by name (Lutheran Men in
Mission) and by the the initials which are commonly used,
LMM. If you find that additional Quick Links would be
helpful, please email a request to
email@example.com and they will be added.
- In addition to the buttons
on the left side of nearly every page, some pages include
buttons in the header area with links to other related pages
within the site. The pages related to WORSHIP SERVICES
example where these additional buttons are used.
- Hyperlinks are used
throughout the site to navigate to pages within the Trinity
web site and to related web sites outside the Trinity web
site. The links are shown as blue,
underlined text as is customary on most sites (for instance:
- Where multiple pages of
photographs are used, each page includes a full listing of
the pages with links to each page on the page number.
There are also links associated with the Next and
Previous text that enable you to page through the pages of
Photo Tour of the interior of the building is one
example where this technique is used.
- Most of the buttons on the
left side are at least somewhat self explanatory and we
invite you to explore the content of each of those pages.
The ABOUT TRINITY button does invite some explanation.
It is a page of links to a variety of pages and external web
sites, many of which do not fit neatly into the other
categories. For instance, the column of the page
includes links to our synod web site, the ELCA web site and
links to community web sites. The right column
includes links to such things as our annual report and floor plans for our building, to
name a few.
- Web browsers - The
site displays best in Windows Internet Explorer
(except for the 64-bit edition) and Safari.
Some of the flash slideshows may not work on the Windows
Internet Explorer 64-bit edition. The site
displays reasonably well in Modzilla Firefox,
Google Chrome, Netscape Navigator and Flock,
except that they vertically center some content despite the
page settings, and they improperly display some border
colors. The site displays adequately in Opera but has
significant flaws in the display.
Adobe Reader is required to view or print a number of the files that you will find on this web
site, notably sermons and the Trinity Parish, as well as the
printer friendly versions of a number of the pages. Most
computers include Adobe Reader. If you do not have
Adobe Reader on your computer, follow the link below to
download the free reader.
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