How to Navigate this Website
Top Level Navigation
The colored menu buttons across the top of each page divide the information contained on this website into sections. Each section represents a broad category of information.
Placing the cursor on one of the top level navigation buttons will reveal several sub-menus that more precisely categorize or group the information contained in that section of the website.
The sub-menus also will appear along the left-hand side of the page when you enter each section of the website. When you click on one of the sub-menus, it will expand to show the articles that are linked to that sub-menu. When you click on another sub-menu, that menu will expand while the one that you were just in will contract.
Across the top and bottom of each page you will find links to other pages within the website. On the top of each page, you will be able to quickly identify your local LFA chapter by entering your zip code and clicking on the Go button. You then can connect to the chapter's website or send an e-mail message.
There also are pull-down menus to quickly connect you to frequently viewed pages. The Search bar allows you to locate pages within this website that contain specific keywords. Along the bottom of each page you will find links to other helpful pages, including the Site Map and Contact Us page.
A link to the Site Map can be found on the bottom of each page. The Site Map serves as an index for this website. Not every page is included on the Site Map, however.
This page contains contact information for the Lupus Foundation of America National Office located in Washington, DC. In addition, you will find a contact form to send an e-mail to a member of the staff in response to a particualr question or need.
E-Mail or Print This Article
These two links allow you to share information with others. When you click E-mail This Article to a Friend, a box will appear to enter the email address of your friend, your name, and a brief message. The Print this Article link provides a clean page for printing, free of navigation menus and graphic announcements.