Using the website: We have designed the Click4choice website with
ease of use in mind. In general the Click4choice site is just like any other
website. Our site is a collection of pages interwoven with links. A link is a
piece of text, or an image that, when clicked on will take you to another page.
Our links are almost always text links and will be a different color from the
rest of the text. The link will also be underlined. When you click on a link you
will be taken to another web page containing information related to the text of the
link. For example if you see a text link like this "Home" then this
link will take you back to the homepage. When you are browsing around our site
is you ever happen to get lost simply click on the logo at the top left of any page
and you will be sent back to the homepage.
Using Click4choice search:
Click4choice web search is useful for locating sites of interest and information
on the internet. All of our pages have a web search box located at the top and
you can use this to carry out keyword searches. There is a drop down select list that you can
use to decide what to search on. The choices are "Our Directory"," Our Shopping Directory ", &
"Amazon". By selecting one of these will determine where your search query is sent.
If you choose "directory" then you will
view results from within the Click4choice web directory. This is our own human
edited web directory.
Browsing the directory: You can also find sites of interest by browsing through our
directory categories. When searching the directory you should start by choosing
a top level category that best suite you requirements. Click on this category to
open it up. You will then be presented with a list of subcategories. By selecting
subcategories you are drilling your way down through the directory and
navigating yourself towards your results. Once you have been specific enough and
have worked your way through the directory a few levels you will start to see
results showing web pages. These are pages that may be suitable to your search
criteria, or you may have to dig a little deeper.