Enter the case number in the court search form's "Keyword" box above (which searches both words and numbers). You do not need to enter the entire case number since it's a general keyword search. You can search as many times as needed as it's open to the public freely. It is a good preliminary search that helps when looking for case information.
Depends on the county, not all counties have their records online freely like Orange county, FL. Since you know where they are, you can check with the clerk's web page, that's where the Orange county has their free search. Hillsborough County, Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court, Alachua County, Broward, Pinellas and others, too many to list.
Court calendars are online and open to public view. There are courts which provide online services and others that have much less. If you mention which county, someone will be able to be more specific and where or which site to go to.
Look on the search above the coverage goes back to 2014, and you will get to view bankruptcy information freely.
Courts offer online calendars open to public view. Which court? Most cases are at the county level, not the state level.
In the search above you can search by name, case number or date. Check to see whether the case you are looking for falls under the search coverage, as within the dates or which courts are covered. The database is a collection of published records, note that not all cases are guaranteed to be published.