Create Web links for easy access to websites

September 2, 2007 at 7:01 am 1 comment

Question: I need to frequently or daily visit a particular website. Is there a way in which I can easily access a particular site at the click of a button?

Answer: Yes, you can set up some links and place them in your web browser for easy access.

Links fo Internet Explorer 8For Internet Explorer 7 users: Once the website you want to link has been loaded, add the website to your favourites under the ‘Links’ folder. (You now should be able to see the link that you have created on the Links Bar at the top. If you do not see the links bar, right click on the tabs bar underneath the menu bar where you type the URL. In the drop-down menu, click on links.

Links for FirefoxFor Firefox users: Once the website you want to link has been loaded, drag the title or logo of the site to the Links Bar. (The Links Bar is just underneath and menu bar where you type the URL) After dragging the website name/logo, you should see a short phrase that will direct you to that particular website when you click it.

If the above method does not work, please click on the ‘Bookmarks’ button in the top menu and add the website to a folder that says ‘Bookmarks Toolbar Folder’

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