familiar with Palo Alto Online
are proud to introduce you to Palo Alto Online and
invite you to make us your home
page wherever you are.
know that if something is difficult to use, it will not be
used at all. That is why one of the features we tried to build
into Palo Alto Online is ease of use. We set out to
make this site available to everyone using many different type
of browsers, computers, monitors and modems. Here is a tip
on how to Get the Most Out of
Your Visit to Palo Alto Online.
help section will answer some of the most common questions
and help you with some of the new features.
The top of all of the main pages of Palo Alto Online has navigational
tabs to easily move from one section to another. Just under those tabs
on the front page has last update information.
The navigation bar appears on all of the section
pages of Palo Alto Online and includes links to each of
the sections. It is color-coded to allow for easy recognition
of each section. Links to Classifieds, Real Estate information,
the current editions of the newspapers and other items
can consistently be found here.
Palo Alto Online
At the bottom of the Navigation Bar, we have
included an easy way to search throught the hundreds of
pages that make up Palo Alto Online. Select the link below
the search window to search the newspaper archives. These
archives include the Palo Alto Weekly from January 1994,
the Almanac (Menlo Park) from March 1998 and the Mountain
View Voice and Pleasanton Weekly from January 2000.
find this type of bar on the secondary pages of Palo Alto
Online. They will identify where you are in the site. They
are color-coded like the Navigation Bar to allow for easy
recognition of each section
Alto Online has been set up with information modules that
appear from time to time on the home page and the section
pages. These modules include breaking news updates, local
information, NeighborSpace news, "Online Offer " of
the week, or other local information that we think is important
to know. The modules will rotate, with some being on the
home page all of the time. If something is more important,
we will move it to the top so that you see it right away.
realize that while Palo Alto Online my be your first stop
in your Internet journey, it is most likely not your only.
That is why on the home page and every section page of
Palo Alto Online we have included a web search so that
you can search Lycos, Snap, Yahoo!, Google, Excite, GO.com
us what you think - The Poll
looking for cool features for the site, we wanted to
include an interactive poll. This feature allows us to
ask a question and tally your responses in real time. We
anticipate asking questions ranging from how you feel about
the storm drain vote to whether you've gotten a parking
ticket in the last year. If you have questions that you'd
like to see asked, please send it to us at webmaster@PaloAltoOnline.com.
pressing the logo like this one in the copyright information
at the bottom of each page, you will be returned to the
home page for that section.
at the right hand side of the Home Page and on each of
the secondary pages. Please visit them from our site. See
our advertising section for more information about becoming
If you are
having trouble seeing the most current information, make sure
that you press the RELOAD button on your browser.
If you have
more questions or you find that links are incorrect or out-of-date,
contact Palo Alto Online Webmaster Frank
Bravo or the director of Palo Alto Online, Lisa