If you reached this page because your particular level did not have access to content (and you clicked the “Why isn’t my level on this list?”), it’s because the page you tried to access is part of the paid portion of Contextual Electronics. You need to sign up for one of the listed subscriptions in order to access that page.
The various tiers and membership levels of Contextual Electronics are aspirational. This means that purchasing one tier vs another is based upon how far you want to take your electronics journey. The levels are:
For example, you’d say something like, “I signed up for the Journeyman level because I’m hoping to have the skills of a Journeyman with 6 months of practice”. See the linked pages to take an in-depth look at what each level represents.
It’s important to re-iterate that a user’s level coming into Contextual Electronics is not relevant to which level they sign up for. A complete beginner can sign up for the “Master” level and a 10 year veteran can sign up for the “Apprentice” level. The difference is in the amount of content they have access to, including how in-depth that content will be. See sidebar-widget “Who can see content on this page” on this example project page to understand how we notate content access levels.
In the event that you still don’t think this is right and you should have access to a page that you do not, let us know on the forum! Please be sure to include a link to the page you do not have access to.