Friday, April 1, 2011

Manage Bookmarks With Safari

Setting up and managing the bookmarks on your Web browser can make it easier and more convenient for you to access your favorite Web pages and online resources. In general terms, a bookmark is a URL or Web link that you have programmed your browser to recognize. When you click on the link, your browser will then take you directly to the corresponding Web page.

This article will help you to manage bookmarks with Safari

  1. Bookmark Your Favorite Web Pages
  2. Open up the Safari Web browser on your desktop.Type in the URL or Web address of one of your favorite Web pages and wait for the page to load.
  3. Click on the 'Bookmarks' heading of your Web browser and choose 'Add Bookmark' from the pull down menu.
  4. Type the name of the link as you want it to read and choose which bookmarks folder you would like to put it in.
  5. Click on the 'Add' button to save the bookmark.
  6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 with any other Web pages you would like to bookmark.
  7. Check that each of your bookmarked links takes you to the correct Web page.
Manage Your Bookmarks
  1. Click on the 'Bookmarks' heading in Safari and choose 'Show All Bookmarks' from the pull down menu. This will display a list of all of the bookmarks you've saved, as well as folders for bookmarks that have already been installed on Safari.
  2. Decide on which bookmarks you want to have located on Safari's tool bar and drag those links into the 'Bookmarks Bar' folder.
  3. Press the '+' button at the bottom-left hand corner of your screen in order to create a new bookmarks folder.
  4. Create folders for different categories of bookmarks and name them accordingly.
  5. Separate your remaining bookmarks by category and drag them into the corresponding folder.
  6. Move and manage your bookmarks however you see fit.