Thursday, July 7, 2011

Make Your Own Browser Toolbars

A browser toolbar is located at the top of your Internet browser. Its function is to make surfing the Internet easier. Most toolbars will come with a search function so that you can locate Web pages that you'd like to visit, back and forward buttons, and an address field for you type the URL of a website. If you'd like to make your own toolbar, visit a website, such as Conduit, that allows you to create a free one after you start an account.

This article will help you to Make Your Own Browser Toolbars.

  1. Navigate to and click "Create your app or toolbar now," located near the bottom-right corner of the home page.
  2. Create an account with Conduit by entering a login name, a password and an email address that will used by Conduit to confirm the account.
  3. Visit your email account, find the email from Conduit, validate your account and sign in to that account using the login name and password you provided.
  4. Click the Toolbar tab, which is located near the top of your dashboard page. You'll be taken to a page that allows you to edit the contents of your toolbar.
  5. Choose the components you would like to add to your toolbar. Begin by adding a logo; you can upload an existing one or choose one from the style templates. Choose the other components -- such as links, an RSS feed, an email notifier or a radio player -- by clicking on them in the list, following the directions for installing each and clicking "Save" for each.
  6. Click "Install Your Toolbar" from the dashboard of your Conduit account. Log out of your account and restart your Web browser. Your new toolbar will now be installed.