InfoHow to navigate the website.
LinksAll links are bold in this color and will change color to blue on hover.
Best viewingSince the site is primarily composed of many articles that require extensive reading. Here are some tips for better viewing:
- Smartphones. On smartphones, the site opens to a mobile version but it is best to view the site as a website using the landscape mode.
- Tablets. The site opens as a website. Resize as needed for better viewing.
- Computers. When reading articles on a PC, use Ctrl and + or - keys to resize the screen to making reading easier. On a Mac, use the zoom controls.
- Turn TKDTutor into an app. Using the new Microsoft Edge Chromium browser.
- Open the TKDTutor website.
- Click on the dots on the top right of the browser and choose 'Apps' and then choose 'Install this site as an app.'
- The app will be created and an icon to it will be created on your desktop.
Website constructionThe website has two main components:
- Articles. A collection of articles, primarily on subjects pertaining to the martial arts.
- Blog. A standard blog with posts that are related to the martial arts.
MenuThe menu is located under the title header. Items on the menu allow access to all the articles and other features of the site.
Items on the menu are as follows:
- ARTICLES. Opens the Articles group, which provides subjects, topics, and subtopics that will guide you to articles that are related to taekwondo and martial arts.
- Sitemap. Opens a sitemap, which may be used to navigate the site.
- BLOG. Opens the Blog, which operates as a standard blog.
- MORE. Opens the More group, which contains subjects, topics, and articles, and blogs that are not related to the martial arts.
- About. Opens the About group, which contains subjects, topics, and articles that are related to the author and website itself.
- Links. Opens the Links group, which contains articles that are related to web links.
- Social. Opens the social group, which provides ways to interact with the author and other site visitors.
- Search. Opens a search page, which provides a way to search the website.
Article index systemThere are hundreds of articles to view, so an index system is used to keep track of them and make them easily accessible to visitors. The index system provides a guided tour with comments that help guide the viewer to the desired article. Articles are indexed in the following order:
- Groups. Major areas of concern.
- Subjects. Groups are divided into subjects.
- Topics. Subjects are divided into topics.
- Subtopics. Topics may be divided into subtopics.
- Headers. Items may have headers to differentiate a set of articles.
- Subheaders. Items may have subheaders to further to differentiate a set of articles
- Articles. The final destination.
Article pagesSubject, topic, and article lists, as well as the articles themselves, are on presented as static pages. The title of a page indicates its position in the index hierarchy.
The page title uses the following format: Subject>Topic>Subtopic>Article.
An example of a page title is: Martial arts>Fraud>Avoiding>Stop and think
- Martial arts. A list of topics that pertain to the subject Martial arts, which is part of the group Articles.
- Fraud. A list of subtopics that pertain to the topic Fraud and the subject Martial arts.
- Avoiding. A list of articles that pertain to the subtopic Avoiding, the topic Fraud, and the subject Martial arts.
- Stop and think. The final destination, the article Stop and Think, which pertains to the subtopic Avoiding, the topic Fraud, and the subject Martial arts.
To navigate to an article
- Select the ARTICLES or More item on the menu. This opens a list of subjects for that group.
- Select a subject. From the subject list, select a subject to open a list of topics on that subject.
- Select a topic. From the topic list, select a topic to open a list of articles on that topic. Sometimes, a subtopic list may open; if so, select a subtopic to open a list of articles on that subtopic.
- Select an article. From the article list, select an article to view.
- ↩ Back. Select the Back button at the top or bottom of a page to return to the previous page, or use your browser's back button.
CommentsYou may post comments at the bottom of each article or post.