Sunday, August 16, 2009

The MSN Home Page


The MSN Home page (www.msn.com), shown in Figure 2-1, is where it all starts. Think of MSN Home as the contents page of a magazine; everything inside is linked from here, with the major items highlighted in some fashion.

Along the top of the page are links to the most popular parts of the MSN
network—MSN Home, My MSN, Hotmail, Search, Shopping, Money, and People & Chat. These links appear at the top of most pages on the MSN site, so you can quickly navigate from wherever you might happen to be.

Just below this link bar is MSN’s Search the Web box. This is where you initiate your Web searches; enter your query into the box, then click the Search button. The center of the MSN Home page contains the “hot” items du jour—featured items, news headlines, stock quotes, and the like. To the left is a column of links to popular services, while the right column contains links to MSN’s content channels. (Yeah, MSN calls its content sites “channels,” as if you were watching TV.) MSN’s wide variety of content and services are organized by MSN’s channels. Many of these channels offer content from third-party providers, which means that MSN offers some of the best content on the Web. All of MSN’s channels are accessible from the MSN Home page.

I already mentioned that you can conduct your Web searches from the Search the Web box at the top of the MSN Home page. MSN also offers a separate MSN Search page, shown in Figure . You access this page by clicking theSearch link at the top of the MSN Home page, or by going directly to search.msn.com. You can choose a particular type of search, or browse through
directory categories.

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