|F - Front||B - Back|
|R - Right||L - Left|
|U - Up||D - Down|
Front is the side facing you, without regard to color. An appostrophe (') is added to denote a counter-clockwise step.
Two other reference terms:
Move a white edge piece to the bottom, facing down. Rotate the piece to line up with correct center color. Rotate to Top.
Move white corner piece under its correct position. It can be in one of three positions as shown.
|A:||R' D' R|
|B:||F D F'|
|C:||R' D2 R D R' D' R|
Turn over so that yellow is on top. Move an edge piece into position shown and then move it Left or Right to put in in position.
All yellows will be in the top layer, but many will not be facing up. The first step is to make a yellow cross. The example is a simplification of what you might see. There might be other yellows facing up, but look for the closest pattern to one on the example below.
Step 4 will leave a yellow cross in one of 7 possible configurations. The arrow points to the working face.
The other configurations will take two or more passes to get all yellows facing up.
Once all the yellows are facing up, you need to arrange the side colors. I start with the corners. Find a side with "headlights" (two solved corners), work with headlights on back, and run the routine. If there isn't a side with headlights, do the routine to create them, then run again.
Once the corners are solved there are several forms the edge pieces can take. If there is a solved side, put it on the back and run routine. If there isn't a solved side, use the routine once to create one, then run again.
To move the centers Counter-clockwise, just switch the two steps shown above.