Navigating Bob Mockford Online
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Welcome to bob-mockford.co.uk
www.bob-mockford.co.uk - the new home of
Bob Mockford Online
The site has been designed to give a consistent appearance. Links have standardized colours and are positioned in the same places on every page so you always know where you are and where you can go from here.
The top line
The logo at the top of each page will take you straight to the main home page.
To the right of the logo is the section title. If you are on a section's title page, this link is black and takes you to the main home page.
If it is red then you are on a page within that section and clicking here takes you to the section's title page.
Additionally, the TV Guide has a red title. This allows you to reload the page if you have the DigiGuide.tv page displayed.
Note that clicking on the DigiGuide UK TV Guide logo takes you away from Bob Mockford Online.
Example 1:
  Walking Routes  
Here you are on the title page of the Walking section.
Clicking either the logo or the title takes you to the main home page.
Example 2:
  Walking - Stations  
In this example, you would be on the Stations page of the Walking section.
Clicking the logo takes you to the main home page.
Clicking the Walking title takes you to the Walking index page because it is red.
The Stations title is black, so that is the page you are currently on.
Example 3:
  Walking - Stations - Hamble  
In this example, you would be on the Hamble page of the Stations sub-section of the Walking section.
Clicking the logo takes you to the main home page.
Clicking the Walking title takes you to the Walking index page because it is red.
Clicking the Stations title takes you to the Stations index page within the Walking section because it is red.
The Hamble title is black, so that is the page you are currently on.
The exception to this is the Bus Photos section where clicking on the event name takes you to the next page (if any) and eventually back to the first page.
  Photos - Alton 2015 - Page 1  
Here, clicking on Alton 2015 would take you to page 2.
Clicking on Alton 2015 on page 2 would take you to page 3 if there is a page 3, otherwise back to page 1.
Clicking on Alton 2015 on page 3 would take you to page 4 if there is a page 4, otherwise back to page 1.
Note that if there was only one page, Alton 2015 would be black and would have no link.
The navigation bar
Museum Hold Tight! Photos
Walking Weather
Acorn Commodore Sinclair PCN
Calculating
No matter where you are in the web site, the navigation bar is always the same.
Clicking on Sections takes you to the main home page.
Clicking on any of the other links takes you to the title page for that section.
Links are grouped so that the bus sections are together, then the outdoors sections followed by the computer sections and finally the adding machines.
The local navigation column
Walking
Title page
and full
location list
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To the left of the main part of the page is the familiar column of local links.
Only links related to the current page are shown. These links may be different from those previously used.
Below the local links there may be other links or information relating to the page.
 
In a few cases a page may be alone within its section. The Navigate page is an example of this, there are no onward links.
On these pages the local navigation column displays the section index page links.
Current single pages are About (website information), History (my jobs), Links, Navigate, TV Guide and Weather.
 
The example here has the first option in grey. This indicates that the link refers to the current page.
 
 
Links within the main text of the page
Internal text links (to other pages in this web site) are red.
External text links (to other sites) are blue.
Note that these colours only apply to links within the main text and navigation column. Links separated from the main text may be in any colour.
Both internal and external links can be images.
Link symbols
Standard symbols used throughout these pages:
Website Facebook Twitter Email Walking
        Routes
 
 
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