This tutorial is structured as a web presentation - - a set of pages written in HTML code that can be viewed with a web browser.

You will find it best to set your screen resolution to around 1000(W) x 750(H) pixels or greater. The main pages in the history portion are set to display at 650 pixels wide.

The presentation includes both text and images, all of which can be read with a graphical browser such as Netscape Navigator TM or Microsoft's Internet explorer.TM

Additionally it contains sound files in both .WAV and .AIF formats, and video files in .AVI format. Some browsers will need plug-ins or auxiliary programs to make full use of these files.

The main body of the tutorial, sections on The Organ and How it Works and The History of the Organ, are structured in frames. Diagram 1 shows the basic frame structure.

The three frames are used for different purposes. Any one of the three frames can be resized to make it easier to see its contents.

The menu frame is the primary means of navigation in the presentation. Links in the menus call up either additional menus or pages that are displayed in the main window.
Main Frame.
The main frame displays all content in these pages. Links on these pages either call up footnotes or terms in the footer frame or provide internal navigation within the page currently being displayed. In order to display another page in the main window, another selection must be made made from choices in the menu frame.
The footer frame is used to display both footnotes and terms contained in the glossary.

© 1998 James H. Cook