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The main access to the different sections of the Clinical Practice Guideline for Eating Disorders is made through its contents.
Internet Explorer: Go to Tools and then to “Internet Options”. Once there, click the “Security” tab to access the “Custom Level” option. Once there activate all the options relating to ActiveX controls.
If a subsection has more subdivisions, you will access its details in the same way. To hide the detail of a section or subsection, you must click on the “down arrow” symbol, situated on its right.
To see or hide all the information you will also have the options “Roll down all the menus” and “Roll up all the menus”.
In both cases, you will access the content of a specific section by clicking on its title.
The main navigation bar, situated on the left-hand side, is the access point to the essential contents of the Clinical Practice Guideline from any page. Furthermore, if you are in a section, you can go directly to the content of its subsections from this same navigation bar.
The breadcrumb trail, situated on the top of the screen, offers a constant guide to the user’s position in the different depth levels of the Clinical Practice Guideline. The breadcrumb trail always begins with a link to the home page, followed by the navigation route and a final part that informs about the title of the page being visited. This final part is not a link. Example: CPG Programme for the NHS > CPG > Full version > Scope and objectives
The Clinical Practice Guideline map provides a general view of its structure. There is a link to the map on the top of all the pages of the Clinical Practice Guideline.
The internal links, situated throughout the text, refer us to other pages related to the content of the current page. We can also consider the “Back to top” link as a return link within the same page.
The external links, situated mainly at the end of each section, open up the site related to the current page on a new page. .
Latest update: July 2009