To save having always to go through the www default page, you can use a shortcut to get to an index. On the central CERN nodes for example, the following shell commands are predefined:
The CERN yellow pages telephone directory.
The CERN computer center documentation keyword index
The CERN computer centre news service: all news articles, in reverse chronological order.
You can search an index which has a shortcut command by giving the keywords as parameters, e.g. yellow taxes To make your own shortcuts, you can define your own commands. On Unix (with csh), use an alias (see VMS equivalent ) : alias z www address where address is the hypertext address of the document you want to jump into. You can find the hypertext address of a node from HELP command when you are in www.

An alternative method uses a shell script.

Tim BL