Media FX Navigation Features
Media FX is dedicated to making your experience as pleasant as
possible. Here are a few site features that should assist you
in your navigation through Digital Media FX Magazine:
The menu in
the left-hand column serves as your main menu. Clicking any of
menu links will result in that section's main page being loaded.
If there are sub pages to the section then a box will appear in
the upper right of your screen with the sub pages listed. For
example, this page is a sub page of the About Us section. You
can see the About Us sub-menu options (Mission Statement, Navigation
Features, etc.) in the upper right hand corner of this page.
sections of Digital Media FX will contain what is known as "Bonus
Material". If bonus material is available for a certain page
then a "Bonus Material" box will appear on the left
hand side of the page that looks like Figure 1. This example appears
on the Beauty
and the Beast on IMAX feature
story page. As you can see, it allows you access
to bonus areas dealing with Beauty and the Beast. In this
case you can access a Word Search Game (with four different Beauty
and the Beast word lists) or the actual movie script for Beauty
and the Beast.
addition, we've added another new feature to help make your navigation
easier. Below the logo and banner ad at the top of each page is
a blue bar. In that blue bar we've placed a clickable navigation
menu that shows how you got to that page and allows you to quickly
retrace your steps. For example, let's say that I clicked on Daily
News, then February 2001 News Archives, then Sunday, February
18, 2001. The blue bar under the logo and banner ad would trace
those steps and display them as shown in this image:
sections of Digital Media FX also contain a special printing feature.
At the bottom of sections like features articles and archived
news you will find an option as follows: ">
click here for a printable version of this page."
By clicking on this link you will be taken to a special page optimized
hope you enjoy these navigation features and the ease of use we
have applied to navigating throughout Digital Media FX. Should
you have any questions, comments, or suggestions about the navigation,
please direct your inquiry to the publisher, Joe Tracy, who will
give it his immediate attention. You can email Joe Tracy via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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