Difference between revisions of "How to Navigate around the Knowledge Base"

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By pointing the cursor at the links, a roll out drop down menu will appear where there is further pages relating to the chosen topic, illustrated by hovering on "About" . If a drop down menu does not appear, simply click on the link and you will go directly to that page.  
 
By pointing the cursor at the links, a roll out drop down menu will appear where there is further pages relating to the chosen topic, illustrated by hovering on "About" . If a drop down menu does not appear, simply click on the link and you will go directly to that page.  
  
Users are free to view any of the Silver content at their own leisure.
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Users are free to view any of the Knowledge Base content at their own leisure.
In order to exchange views and opinions on Silver content, a  
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In order to exchange views and opinions, a  
<span class="plainlinks">'''[http://178.250.48.185/forum Qnet-CFD Wiki Forum]'''</span> is available.
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<span class="plainlinks">'''[http://178.250.48.185/31frm46 Qnet-CFD Wiki Forum]'''</span> is available.
 
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Users will not be able to directly edit or change a Silver document, but they are highly encouraged to provide new content, either by suggesting modifications/extensions to existing content or indeed by adding new contributions. In order to do this the user must gain access to the [[Library:Intro#|Library]] by emailing the Knowledge Base Editorial Board with a request ([mailto:rodi@ifh.uni-karlsruhe.de Knowledge Base Editorial Board]).
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Users will not be able to directly edit or change a test-case document, but they are highly encouraged to provide new content, either by suggesting modifications/extensions to existing content or indeed by adding new contributions. In order to do this the user must gain access to the [[Library:Intro#|Library]] by emailing the Knowledge Base Editor with a request ([mailto:rodi@kit.edu Knowledge Base Editor]).
  
 
The '''Help''' folder contains useful information when using the Knowledge Base. There is an extensive [[Glossary-url|Glossary]] describing all acronyms based in the Knowledge Base and [[Helplinks-url|Links]] section containing relevant and insightful CFD websites. For further assistance please make use of our [[FAQ_L|FAQ]] and [[Contactus-url|Contact Us]] page where we will be more than happy to answer any questions or queries you may have and help with any problems.
 
The '''Help''' folder contains useful information when using the Knowledge Base. There is an extensive [[Glossary-url|Glossary]] describing all acronyms based in the Knowledge Base and [[Helplinks-url|Links]] section containing relevant and insightful CFD websites. For further assistance please make use of our [[FAQ_L|FAQ]] and [[Contactus-url|Contact Us]] page where we will be more than happy to answer any questions or queries you may have and help with any problems.

Latest revision as of 13:53, 11 February 2017

The contents of each AC and UFR test case article are presented in the top navigational strip (see picture below). Simply click on each tab heading to view and move between the various documents. Note that the heading turns "yellow" once selected, illustrated in this example by the "Evaluation" tab heading.



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You will also find the exact same navigational strip at the bottom of each AC and UFR test case article to prevent having to keep scrolling up the page to go to the next document in the particular AC or UFR.



All sections of the Knowledge Base can be accessed by clicking on the left hand navigational drop down menu (see picture below).



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By pointing the cursor at the links, a roll out drop down menu will appear where there is further pages relating to the chosen topic, illustrated by hovering on "About" . If a drop down menu does not appear, simply click on the link and you will go directly to that page.

Users are free to view any of the Knowledge Base content at their own leisure. In order to exchange views and opinions, a Qnet-CFD Wiki Forum is available.

Users will not be able to directly edit or change a test-case document, but they are highly encouraged to provide new content, either by suggesting modifications/extensions to existing content or indeed by adding new contributions. In order to do this the user must gain access to the Library by emailing the Knowledge Base Editor with a request (Knowledge Base Editor).

The Help folder contains useful information when using the Knowledge Base. There is an extensive Glossary describing all acronyms based in the Knowledge Base and Links section containing relevant and insightful CFD websites. For further assistance please make use of our FAQ and Contact Us page where we will be more than happy to answer any questions or queries you may have and help with any problems.