How this site is organized
This site is an
on-line book. Unlike many websites which provide just an overview of
their topic, this site contains everything I know about Devotional Sex.
in italic and indented to the right (as above) indicates that this text
was included in a higher level page. If you have just read this text,
and clicked a link to get further information, you can easily skip the
italic text and continue reading without having to read the
introductory text a second time.
Use the Chapter Maps and the Site
Map to find your way around
Chapter Map lists all the sections and lower level pages within each
chapter. This provides an easy way to see what is in each chapter, and
a quick way to jump to any page.
easiest way to navigate around this site is to use the Site Map and the
Chapter Maps. Once you become familiar with how this site is organized,
you will find that it is very easy to move about the site and to find
pages of interest.
The Site Map lists all
the chapters and other top level pages. It also provides a direct link
to each chapter's Chapter Map.
Using these maps it is possible to jump to all pages on the site with three or less clicks!
at the Site Map and each Chapter Map may provide a quick way to see
which bits of this site you have visited, and which you have not yet
looked at. If your browser records your history, links which have been
visited are shown in a different color from links which have not yet
been viewed. For example, on my Mac using the Safari browser,
previously visited links are shown in light purple, while yet to be
visited links are shown in dark blue.
The Glossary and Index, available from the Site Map, can also be used to quickly find further information on any topic.
When you want a quick reminder of a key word or concept, or do not know which chapter contains the wanted information, the Glossary and Index will be very helpful.
word `More´ to access more information about each topic
Most of the information on each topic is on lower level pages. The
at the end of any paragraph indicates that there is much more
information on a lower level page. The word `More´
is also the link to that page.
Most of the information on this site is accessed by clicking the links in each chapter's Main Page. If you want to read everything, then you need to click every time you see the word `More´ as a link.
the higher level pages present only a few key points on each topic. The
lower level pages expand on each point, and often make new points to
more fully cover the topic. Sometimes a lower level page will have
further links to even more information.
When you finish looking
at a lower level page, you can click a link at the bottom of the page
to take you back to the higher level page.
If you want to continue with the more detailed text, the `To next detail: ..´ link will take you to the next detailed page.
If you click every `To next detail: ..´
link at the bottom of every page you will never miss any information
(as all lower level pages will repeat what is said in the higher level
Use your browser's Back button to
return to the previous page
you can get to a
page from many places, and even from different chapters, the only way
to always get back to a previous page is to use your browser's Back
example, all of the stories and real life experiences reside in Chapter
15. So if you go to a story, you are jumping to a different chapter!
Often when a key Devotional
Sex concept is mentioned, the word or phrase will be a link to
information on that topic. Usually that information will be in a
For example, a Blissette
is described in Chapter 9. If you click on this word now, you will jump
to the page describing Blissettes in chapter 9. The only way to return
from there back to this page is to use your browser's Back button.