Getting round the Wesley Church Website
Finding your way in life is often hard without someone to hold your hand on occasion. We're here to help! The Wesley website is laid out in an easy-to-follow, hopefully familiar fashion. All of the major topics are listed in the menu across the top of the page...
As you roll your cursor over any of the text links your curser will change to a hand Just click on any link to be taken to that page. And you can always find your way back home...just click "Home"!
There are also small text links to all of the main pages at the bottom of every web page as well.
But wait, there's more......
Some of the pages you'll come to are jumping off points that have "sub-menus". Clicking on any of these will take you to other areas or new pages which are not listed on the main menu. You will notice that the sub-menu item are underlined and the font is blue. As you roll your cursor over them your curser will change to a hand again.
Finally, there are "text links". These can appear all by themselves or within a sentence in a paragraph. They will appear in a different colour than the normal text on the page and will be underlined. Here's an example: Home Page. As you can see; the text is a different colour and underlined. If you hover your cursor over the text it will change colour and your arrow will change to a hand (or something else depending on how you've set up your computer). When you see that, you can click on the text and you will be taken to a new item.
Text links could lead you to another web page, an article, a picture or something else of interest. Usually the page will be opened in a new window. When you are finished you can close the page and you will return to the page on which the link was found.
Some links are to documents that might be of interest but were created in a program that you may not have on your computer. To allow you to view them they have been converted to a universal file that almost anyone can use called a Portable Document Format or ".pdf". These documents will have an icon like the one to the left.
Most computers come with a program called "Adobe Reader" installed which will automatically open up a .pdf document.
If you don't have this program on your computer you can get it for free! Simply click here or wherever you see the Adobe package icon and a new window will open with instructions on downloading and installation. The instructions are easy to follow and it's quick. Just follow the guidelines and you'll be able to view the documents in no time.
Wasn't That Easy?
Feel free to roam to your heart's content and don't hesitate to let us know what you think by going to our Contact Page and sending us a note.
And at the risk of begging...please let us know if you have anything you'd like to contribute to our little on-line venture...we're always looking for new content as well as volunteers