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The iLoveLanguages Tabs
The resources at iLoveLanguages have been organized into different Categories and Sub-Categories to make them easier to browse through and to find. The 6 tabs that appear just under the iLoveLanguages logo represent the 4 main Categories that all our Web sites are organized into:

Languages - Items under this category have something to do with learning or using a language, and are generally free to view or use. The Languages category is divided into a Sub-Category for each language that we have found a Web resource for, and each language may also have further Sub-Categories for organizing its resources. Resources you would find under Languages include online dictionaries, language lessons, native literature, news sources in a language, and essays and research about a language.

Schools - The Schools tab lists schools that teach languages in various parts of the world, universities that have courses or departments devoted to a particular language or language family, and distance-based schools that teach languages by mail or over the Web.

Products - The Products tab lists products and services that can be of use to someone learning or using a language. Resources listed under the Products tab usually require that you pay before you can use the product or service. Translation services, software, language books and bookstores, and language tapes are some of the resources you'll find here.

Jobs - The Jobs tab lists employment opportunities for people who speak more than one language, or who have an interest in teaching their own language to a non-speaker.

Most resources are listed in more than one category to make them easier to find. A Spanish language school might be listed under both Languages and Schools, for example. Our goal is to help you find the information you're looking for as easily as possible.

The Home tab will always take you back to the iLoveLanguages home page, which is the first page you see when you visit iLoveLanguages. Special announcements and other information is only available on the home page, but you can still get to all the main Categories from any iLoveLanguages page.

The New tab will show you just the resources that have been recently added to iLoveLanguages. If you are a frequent visitor to iLoveLanguages, you can go to the New tab to see what's new since you were last here.

Categories and Sub-Categories
Categories with lots of links are usually broken up into Sub-Categories to better organize the resources listed. When you browse a Category, such as "Languages > Spanish", the Sub-Categories are shown at the top of the list, and the individual resources are shown below. The resources that are listed are the resources for the Category shown under the Search bar. The Sub-Categories that are listed are the Sub-Categories of that Category; so if you are on the "Languages > Spanish" page, and there is a Sub-Category named "Schools", you can assume that it will list schools which teach Spanish (because it's a Sub-Category of "Spanish"). Sub-Categories are shown with small folder icons to their left. Resources are shown with small circles to their left.
Buttons and the Search Box
Just below the Tabs is a row of buttons and a Search box. The buttons will take you to pages related to the button you click on:

Help - Clicking on the Help button will bring you to this page, where you can receive help with navigating iLoveLanguages.

About - Clicking on the About button will show you a page that describes the purpose and history of iLoveLanguages.

Add Site - Clicking on the Add Site button will show you a page that describes how to send us a new Web resource that you would like to add to iLoveLanguages' list of resources.

Feedback - Clicking on the Feedback button will show you a page where you can send comments or questions to the owners of iLoveLanguages.

The Search box allows you to search for resources that match words that you type in. For example, if you type in "Spanish lesson" and click the Go button, you will be shown a list of all the resources at iLoveLanguages that contain the words "Spanish" and "language" in their name, description, and/or keywords.

To the right of the Search box there is a drop-down list where you can choose to search This Category or the Entire Site. Choosing to search the Entire Site will match your search words in all the resources that iLoveLanguages has. Choosing the This Category option will only match your search words in resources that are listed in the category you are browsing and its sub-categories. So if you're interested only in French dictionaries, you could search the Entire Site for "French dictionary", or you could go to the "Languages > French" category, and search This Category for "dictionary". The This Category option is useful when you only want to look in a particular part of iLoveLanguages for resources.

When you perform a search, you are shown a page with all the resources that matched your search words, as well as what category the resource is in. That way, you can go back to the category that contained a resource matching your search words to see if there are other resources there that you find interesting.

The Resource Icons
To the right of each Resource at iLoveLanguages is a small circle. Different types of circles mean different things:

[New!] - These resources have been recently added to iLoveLanguages. New resources display this circle for 30 days after they are added.

* - Non-new resources display this circle instead.

Other types of circles will be used in the future to display other information about each resource.

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