Scuba Diving - New Jersey & Long Island New York

Scuba Diving - New Jersey & Long Island New York


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The Online Resource for Divers in New Jersey
and Long Island New York - dive "Wreck Valley"

NJScuba.net

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Load Frames Load Table of Contents in sidebar ( much faster website navigation )


Navigating this website

There are two ways to navigate this website:

  1. Follow the links in the navigation bar along the left side of each page. Each section of the website opens with an Introduction giving an overall description of that subject area. Use the Contents links to then load the table of contents, listing the many specific subject pages.  All external links will open in a single new window, which is re-used if already open.
     
  2. For those who prefer more continuous frames-style navigation, click on "Load Frames" to load the Table of Contents in a sidebar, where it will be visible all the time. The selector at the top of the sidebar will move you quickly between different sections of the website. External links will open in the main frame. Click on Single Screen to dismiss the sidebar.

I'm not going to give lengthy directions on how to get around here. I think after a short time you will get the hang of it. I am assuming that most folks are savvy enough not to need every link to say "Click Here ..." Text links are always a different color from the adjoining text, and will always light up when you mouse over them. Many pictures also have links on them, so pay attention to the shape of your mouse pointer as you move it around.

Using frames, it is possible to get from any page to any other page in at most two clicks, three without frames, and with no scrolling. For a website with upwards of 400 html pages, many of then quite lengthy, that is a triumph of design, if I may say so myself.

Where to Start ?

This website has grown beyond anything I ever envisioned when I began it in 1996 ( mainly just to teach myself html ! ) There are hundreds of different pages covering thousands of subjects. While I think everything is pretty well organized, that's still a whole lot of stuff. Where would I start? Well, based on my statistics, here are some of the most popular pages, and also a few of my favorites:


Dive Sites

Dive Sites


Artificial Reefs

Artificial Reefs


Marine Biology

Marine Biology


Artifacts & Shipwrecks

Artifacts & Shipwrecks


Dive Gear & Training

Dive Gear & Training


Directories, References & Regulations

Directories, References & Regulations Directories, References & Regulations Directories, References & Regulations Directories, References & Regulations


Once you find a subject that interests you, just dive right in. Everything is cross-linked with everything else, across all subjects, so you never know what you might find, no matter where you start.

 

Deep Sea Detectives
That's me in my famous blue hat, standing right next to John Chatterton !
John is the star of that TV diving show, you know, Deep Sea Detectives,
as well as the book and upcoming major motion picture Shadow Divers.
( Google will index this page for sure now ! )

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