Saturday, January 2, 2010

How To Navigate Around GenTips ~ A Site Map

For those visitors who have trouble figuring how to navigate around this blog called GenTips, here is something of a SITEMAP to make it easier to find the information you are looking for.

SEARCHING BY THE SEARCH BOX

The first thing is the SEARCH BOX to the upper right which appears on every posting. You can input any search term and click the accompanying magnifying glass to do a search. You can look for posts concerning census, England, family bible, etc., and ALL the posts with that term will magically be presented before you.

SEARCHING BY BLOG ARCHIVE

Or there is the BLOG ARCHIVE section located on the right side, which is broken down by year, month and individual post. If you click either "2008" or "2009", all the posts for the final month of that year will be displayed by post title. To find a post from October or November, just click the appropriate month and each of the posts for that month will appear.

SEARCHING BY LABEL

The LABEL SECTION is also located in the righthand column, farther below the Blog Archive. Each and every post is given at least one appropriate label, such as CENSUS, IRISH CHURCHES or BEGINNER'S GUIDE, basically each post is given a label to assist visitors to the website find posts that might be of interest to them. By clicking on a label, such as "census" for example, all posts with the label "census" will be brought to the front.

CONTACTING GENTIPS

In order to contact this website to ask genealogy questions (always welcomed and encouraged), just go to the Contact GenTips Page.

2 comments:

sbo said...

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sbobet said...

Write sbo
sbo
more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make yosbour point. You clearly know what