Do you have questions about this site for the webmaster?
It seems the entire World Wide Web has been created specifically for people who have the newest and best computers, everything says "Click Here". So, what do you do if you don't have a mouse to click with?
I have been designing websites since before there was a graphical world wide web. Nothing said "Click Here" back then. I resisted going that route for a long time and finally had to give in to the pressure. So many people are now surfing the web with the really terrific computers, so many are so inexperienced that if it doesn't say "Click Here" they don't know what to do.
Just because there are many wonderful computers surfing the web, I haven't forgotten my roots and I haven't left the websurfer who doesn't have a mouse in the dark. One of the things that we try to minimize on this site is confusion. Everything is marked as clearly as possible. When you see something that says "Click Here" you know that you either highlight it and press the enter key or right arrow on your keyboard.
A websurfer with a mouse has a distinct advantage. When their mouse pointer passes over a hyperlink, it changes from an arrow pointer to a hand. You don't have that advantage, you could miss some really fun hyperlinks. One way to be sure not to miss a hyperlink is to browse the web with your tab key. Instead of browsing a page with arrows, press your tab key and it will move you from link to link. Then when you see something that looks interesting you can follow it.
Remember this web site this is a growth area. Please bookmark our entrance page; http://www.SierraNow.com/, then come back and visit often.
If you want to be notified of changes to this site please use the mail link on the left. We'll be happy to tell you when we update or change this site.
Don't forget, use the back button, the left arrow key, a shifted tab key or select the Our Site link to return to the page you came from.
Sierra would like to hear your ideas or comments regarding this site. Sierra@SierraNow.com