I am new to the site, where do I start?
Relax - you're on the MyFlorida.com
portal, the rest is easy. You have
two great choices:
Browse - Much like browsing
at your favorite bookstore, this is
the best way to find new and interesting
topics, especially if you aren't quite
sure what to look for. Simply click
on Visitor, Floridian, Business or
Government to browse pre-configured
categories containing 1000's of the
state's best links.
Search - If you know generally
what you need, the search engine is
probably your best choice.
Enter a keyword or phase in the search
box located on each portal page then
click on GO to search more than 100,000
pages of Florida content on more than
40 Web sites across the state.
How do I get back?
MyFlorida.com is all about Florida
and Florida government. It gives you
direct access to content on Web sites
statewide. You have many different
ways to get around and, just as important,
many ways to get back.
Bookmark MyFlorida.com -
First, Bookmark the MyFlorida.com
Home Page. This bookmark will always
return you to the portal, no matter
where you are in the world wide web.
To set the bookmark, start from the
MyFlorida.com Home Page.
If Internet Explorer is your web
Move the mouse cursor to Favorites
at the top of the browser window;
click on Add to Favorites to set
If Netscape is your web browser:
Move the mouse cursor to Bookmarks
to the top of the browser window;
click on Add Bookmark to set the
MyFlorida.com Logo - Another
direct shortcut to the Home Page is
to click on the MyFlorida.com logo
found in the top left corner of most
Back Button - What if
you only want to go back one page
(rather than to the Home Page)? Just
use your browser's Back button to
return to the previous page. (Note
that in some cases this function may
be disabled in your browser settings.)
Breadcrumbs - Many portal
pages also have a feature known as
Breadcrumbs . These are active links
separated by the symbol > .
Breadcrumbs link back to specific
levels of information (for example,
the beginning of a sub-topic or higher-level
topic area). Click on a breadcrumb
and back you go.
General Navigation Site-wide
navigation is also available via the
top and left side bars located on
most pages throughout MyFlorida.com.