This page provides some help to those who may not be familiar with website conventions.
The World Wide Web uses links to provide additional information to that which you may see on a particular web page. On this website, orange is used for page titles, some headings, and links. If you move your mouse over an orange word, and an underline appears, you may click on that link for further information. For example, if you click on the orange word Home, you will be taken back to the homepage of this website. In addition, at the top and bottom of each page, you will see navigation bars which also contain links. Moving your mouse over any of the words in the two navigation bars will cause those words to be underlined. You may click on any word in the navigation bars to take you to another page.
All links to pages outside of the LIHS website will open in a new window so that you do not lose your place on our site. If you want to go back and find further information on the LIHS site, just close the window that popped up in front of it.
Adobe Acrobat Reader: Some files, such as newsletters and our membership form, can be read on your computer screen, or printed, using the Adobe Acrobat Reader available free from Adobe. The Adobe Acrobat home page contains detailed information on this product, and allows you to download free copies of Acrobat Acrobat Reader for Windows, Macintosh, or UNIX systems. On this website, all files written in Adobe Acrobat will open in a new window.
We hope that you will find a lot of useful information here and that, if you are not yet a member of the Society, you will join us. If you have any questions about or suggestions for the website, please e-mail the webmaster.