Thank you for you interest on DemoGeek.com. In this short tutorial I’ll explain to you how DemoGeek.com works so that you can utilize DemoGeek.com better.
On the DemoGeek.com home page you can find a list of topics that you can click on to explore. The topics are listed across the page and sorted based on the relevancy to help you find the topic of your interest easier.
Along with the main topics of Windows, Software, Web, Browser, Programming, Theme, QuickTips and News/Opinion you also can see a link for the Screencasts. Screencasts link is moved to the right-most to give you a visual distinction.
The topics are listed again at the bottom of the home page as well and sorted alphabetically this time to give you another way to get to your topic of interest quicker.
The topics are more of general terms like for example, Windows. Windows topic would contain both of Windows Vista and Windows XP related information. If you are looking for Windows Vista specific information then you can use the Tags on the side to drilldown to specifics.
As you can see there are many tags that you can use to drilldown to specific topic related information. A tag will grow in size with the density of information under it. As you can see above, “How To” tag has more content than other tags and “Windows Vista” and “Windows XP” follows closer.
Clicking either the topics or the tags will take you to a page with a list of articles underneath that topic/tag.
You can also use the Home page’s topic navigation to view all the articles under that topic. To do that, just click on one of the topic names (in uppercase) and you’ll see a list of articles under that topic.
For example, if you click on the “WINDOWS” topic on the Home page you might get these articles under WINDOWS.
There will be a maximum of 30 articles listed in a single page and any topic/tag that has more than 30 articles would have a page navigation down below.
Clicking on a page number or the “>>” link will take you to the next or corresponding page.
You can click on the article links to get down to the details of the article. For example, clicking on the “How to restore an older version of a file in Windows Vista?” will bring you to a page with the details about that article.
You can read thru the article and if you have any questions/comments you can leave your comments at the bottom of the article page.
DemoGeek.com suggests some related articles to what you are currently reading at the bottom of the article page.
You can use the links on the “You might be interested to read these as well “ section to read related articles of what you are currently reading.
You can share the article that you’ve read with your friends/family on social websites such as StumbleUpon, Digg, Slashdot, Reddit etc. by clicking on the appropriate button at the bottom of the article page and following the steps on those web sites to share the article with others.
I hope you share the articles at DemoGeek.com with your friends/family and I thank you for that.
Recently posted articles are listed on the top right side of every page for you to get a peek on what’s happening lately at DemoGeek.com.
If you know what exactly you are looking for at DemoGeek.com then you can use the Search button at the top of the page to search for specific information.
Hitting the Search button would bring you a list of articles that has the keyword that you’ve searched for.
You can use these buttons at the top right side of the page to subscribe to DemoGeek.com’s RSS feed, subscribe to DemoGeek.com’s email alerts, to follow the author, Askar, on Twitter or to find out how DemoGeek.com works.
You can use the links at the bottom of the page to read more about DemoGeek.com, to contact DemoGeek.com, to understand about DemoGeek.com’s fair use guide and to read about DemoGeek.com’s disclaimer.
I hope I’ve outlined on how to make use of DemoGeek.com to the fullest. Please feel free to contact me if you have any issues with the content at DemoGeek.com or in general.
Thank you for your time and support.
- The Geek @ DemoGeek.com