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User Interface

User Interface

User Interface

This section describes some of the important features of this product's user interface. These features include the document button bar and hot links.


Document Button Bar

To navigate through this site, click a button in the document button bar displayed at the top and bottom of all pages.

Following is a description of the function of each button:

Home -- Takes you to the site's home page (the first page displayed when you access Cisco Press).

Contents -- Displays the table of contents relative to the page you are currently viewing. Each listing in a table of contents is a hot link to a related page.

For example, if you are viewing a page within a chapter, clicking Contents transfers you to the table of contents for that chapter. However, if you are viewing the table of contents for a chapter, clicking Contents transfers you to the table of contents of the module that contains that chapter.

Previous and Next -- Transfer you to the previous or next page relative to the document you are viewing. For example, if you are viewing a chapter page, clicking Next transfers you to the next page in that chapter.

Glossary -- Loads the table of contents for the internetworking glossary included.

Search -- Loads the multidocument search facility. See Searching for more information.

Help -- Displays help pages.


Note Whenever a button appears grayed out, that button will not function at the current location. For example, if you are viewing the first file in a chapter, the Previous button will be grayed out because there is no file that precedes it in sequence.


Hot Links

When entries in the table of contents or within documents are underlined, they are hot links (also referred as hypertext links). This means that clicking the underlined text will display the linked text. To return from the linked text to the original location, click the Back button in the browser toolbar.

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