We would like to take this time to explain the new website and how to navigate it.
The website content is broken up into categories and each category is listed as a
tab (one of the purple rectangles near the top of the page). The tab is clickable,
meaning you can click on the tab and it will lead you to a web page.
For example, if you click on the Programs tab, you will be redirected to the Programs
page which gives a little introduction to each of the programs MathEdge offers. To
view more information on each program, you can either click the link in the Program
page or click on the respective dropdown item.
At the bottom of each page, there are more links to other parts of the website. Some
of them are already in the tabs and others are miscellaneous pages that don’t quite
fit in the tabbed categories.
We have included a “Site Map” that provides a direct link to every page on the MathEdge
website for your convenience. You will also find the date of the last update made
on each page.
Many of the tabs have dropdown items. You can access the dropdown menus by moving
your mouse over the tab. For example, when you move your mouse to the “Programs”
tab, you will find several dropdown items. These items will provide in-depth information
about that specific topic. After clicking the MathEdge+ dropdown item, you will be
redirected to the page that describes the MathEdge+ program.
Some dropdown menus act as a “folder” and have more items you can click on. You can
access these items by moving your mouse over any dropdown item with an arrow on its
right side. A menu on the right side will appear with more information. In this picture,
the mouse was first over the “Contests” tab, then the “May Contest” dropdown item,
and now it is over the “May Contest 2008” item. When the mouse clicks on “May Contest
2008”, it will find information about that specific contest.