How to Navigate This Site...
This website has three means of navigation:
- The links at the top of the page
- The links at the bottom of the page
- The links on pages within the site
Links at the Top of the Page
The links at the uppermost part of the page will take you back to the
"Home" page and three
other very specific areas of this website. The "My
DelDOT" link takes you to our Subscription Services
page where you can sign up today and begin receiving DelDOT Press
Releases, Scheduled Travel Restrictions, and Real-Time Travel Advisories
via e-mail. The "FAQs"
link takes you to a web page that answers the most frequently asked
questions by visitors to this site. The "Contact
Us" link takes you to a page with information
on who to contact with your specific comments, questions, or suggestions.
Top and Bottom Navigation Bars
The top navigation bar runs across the page just above the white section.
Clicking on a link will take you to the corresponding "section"
page. These links go to the pages of the website that have all the
DOT information that is available to the public including press
releases, traffic cameras, travel advisories, employment opportunities,
The bottom navigation bar runs across the page just below the white
section. These links are for more specific needs. You can return
to the home page, get information on DelDOT's facilities, read our
guide, and reach our links page to access sites with related information.
Links in the Web Pages
Most every page in this website has links to other pages either in this
site or elsewhere on the web. Unlike other websites, our links are
not underlined. You will know when you are over a link because the
text will change color and the cursor (or pointer) will change from
an arrow to a small pointing hand. To get an idea of what this looks
like, roll your cursor over the word below.
There may also be images (or pictures) on this site that are links as
well. For example, on the home page, if you click on the words "Nathan
Hayward, III" on the top banner image, you will be taken to
the Secretary's Message. The way to know that an image is a link
is to watch the cursor (pointer) change from an arrow to a small
To understand more about this website, please use the directory tree
to the right for reference. This will give you an idea of how this
web site is laid out and where you can find the areas you are looking