Introductory Splash ScreenPage editor: Belinda Hobbs
(But www.jkr.com is a Japan Karate site.)
The home screen allows you to choose to view the site in one of 6 different
languages by clicking on a national flag.
There is also a
Text Only Version
that has all of the information, but none of the Flashplayer
tricks and treats.
Once you have done the "tricks" in the site, the scrapbook items, "treats", etc. are saved in a Flashplayer folder on your computer so that it "remembers" what you've done. If you want to "erase" it and start over, you can empty that folder.
Using one of the other addresses will bring you to the "untouched" site, because it saves your activities in a different folder.
AOL users apparently have trouble. You may want to use a different browser in order to work the Flashplayer tricks and treats.
On July 18, 2005 a new option appeared on the splash screen.
When you click this option it opens the site as before but with an Accessibility
tools menu in the top title bar.
A box on the right displays in text which background sound is currently
When you click "open site help", you find three sections.
The site overview reads:
The "Sound Glossary" includes 13 separate pages (use the <<01/13>> scroll bar) for each of the different rooms screens and lists the interactive sounds you will encounter while moving your cursor about. Clicking on each will play the sound.
The "Keyboard Controls" list offers a menu of keyboard controls for two types of assistive programs, JAWS and Window Eyes. (These controls navigate the cursor around the screen for those who cannot see the cursor, and thus do not use a mouse.)