What you find where in Hartmut's mountaineering pages
I don't use frames for the sake of loading time and compatibility. Since most of my visitors agree with this, it won't change in the next time.
Search engine for this homepage
It was quite a lot of work, but now finally you find a menu on the left side of every page. It basically looks like sketched below:
- The current page is indicated by the bold text.
- The flag allows to change to the other language, if the current page is available in both languages (DE and EN).
- The menu is hierarchical, it shows all the "parents" of the current page, all pages on the same level and all pages that are available under the current page.
- All menu entries are given using the color scheme explained below.
My homepage is organised hierarchically in several levels. The background color indicates the level where you are.
Generally, the brighter the color, the further down you are. There are three main sections: yellow, green, and blue.
On the top and bottom of each page you find a navigation bar that allows you to go one or more levels up. Just from the colors you can see if you move on the same level, or one or more levels up.
yellow background. This is the uppermost level.
The main MOUNTAINS menu is in dark green.
Pages about my work are in light yellow.
The main EXPEDITIONS menu is in dark blue.
The main Alps menu is in light green.
The main menu "praktical info" is in light green
My "semi-official" page at Augsburg University is in white.
Expedition reports, maps, and practical hints have a bright blue background.
Trip reports in the Alps are in lighter green.
Also the single info pages are in lighter green.
This page is confirmed to comply with the HTML 4.0 standard.
Last modified: July 08, 2001 by Hartmut Bielefeldt