Home Page – The first page you see when you come to the web site.
Secondary Page – A page you link to from the home page. The secondary page does
not open a new window but opens up and replaces the Home Page window.
Linked Pages – A web page that is linked to which is not part of the website
itself. These pages are opened up in a new window (a new tab) and leave the county GOP
webpage window (tab) open in case you want to go back to it directly.
Navigation Buttons – These are the buttons (usually with an arrow shape) at the upper left corner of your
browser (FireFox, Safari, Explorer, Chrome), They allow you to go backward and forward
between the web pages you have viewed within your current window session. These
buttons are only active when they are black. If one is grey, it means that there
were no web pages viewed in that direction.
TAB – Most browsers now use TABs at the top of the window to show you the windows
which are currently opened. Each TAB shown is for a different open window.
Purpose of Our Website
The purpose of our website is to provide a single source for informing people on
political issues, directing them to other reputable web sites and to provide a smile
or two whenever the political scene gets depressing # :-) .
We are committed to maintaining the information on this site and keeping it up to
date. On many of the pages you will see a date listed to the left of a list of entries.
This date shows you when the entry was posted on the list. You can quickly see
whether or not the entry is recent or old.
- When viewing videos, click on the fullscreen icon (normally in the bottom right
corner of the video window) to watch the video on your fullscreen. To exit fullscreen
video viewing, click on the [ESC] key (upper left hand corner of most keyboards.)
Navigating our Website
- Our website has a Home Page, numerous Secondary Pages, and a multitude of Linked
Pages. To navigate between the many web pages, you select a menu item on the Home
Page to go to a Secondary Page or in some cases directly to a Linked Page. When
you finish viewing a secondary page, you use the left navigation button in your browser
to go back to the main Page. When you are finished viewing a Linked Page you can
either close the tab for that page or leave the Linked Page open and go back to the
Main or Secondary Page by changing the active tab.
- On the right side of the screen are buttons where visitors can quickly learn about
where we meet, give us feedback, etc. Just clicking on the button takes
you to that function.
- On the left side of the screen is a long vertical menu strip. The menu items in
this strip guide you to the information. When a menu item has a white
arrow on its right, it means that when you place the cursor over the menu item, a
sub-menu will appear. Sub-menu can sometimes also have sub-menus. When you get
to a menu item or sub-menu item without a white arrow on its right, click on that
item and it will take you to the web page described by the menu.
Problems or Comments
Please let us know if you encounter any problems (broken links, spelling errors,
etc.), have any suggestions on how to improve the website or have information (website
links, jokes, cartoons, videos, etc) that you think would be appropriate for us to
add to the site.
Please let us know if you see anything on this website which is not true, is misleading
or is inappropriate.
The fastest way to contact us about a problem (or with a suggestion) is by clicking
on the button at the bottom right of the main screen which is labeled “report problems
or make suggestions”. It looks like this –