Bookmarks offer a convenient way of saving links to your favorite Web sites. To add the current Web site to your list of bookmarks, click+ . If your browser currently displays multiple Web sites on tabs, only the URL on the currently selected tab is added to your list of bookmarks.
When adding a bookmark, you can specify an alternative name for the bookmark and select a folder where Firefox should store it. To bookmark Web sites on multiple tabs, select. Firefox creates a new folder that includes bookmarks of each site displayed on each tab. To remove a Web site from the bookmarks list, click , right-click the bookmark in the list, then click .
The bookmark manager can be used to manage the properties (name and address location) for each bookmark and organize the bookmarks into folders and sections. It resembles Abbildung 13.2, „Using the Firefox Bookmark Manager“.
To open the bookmark manager, click+ . A window opens and displays your bookmarks. With , create a new folder with a name and a description. If you need a new bookmark, click . This lets you insert the name, location, keywords, and also a description. The keyword is a shortcut to your bookmark. If you need your newly created bookmark in the sidebar, check .
If you used a different browser in the past, you probably want to use your old bookmarks in Firefox, too. Firefox allows to import bookmarks from other browsers installed on your system such as Netscape or Opera. It also allows to import bookmarks from a file exported from a browser on different computer.
To import your settings, click
Live bookmarks display headlines in your bookmark menu and keep you up to date with the latest news. This enables you to save time with one glance at your favorite sites.
Many sites and blogs support this format. A Web site indicates this by showing an orange icon in the right part of the location bar. Click it and choose. Click in the page that opens. A dialog box opens in which to select the name and location of your live bookmark. Confirm with .
Some sites do not tell Firefox that they support a news feed, although they actually do. To add a live bookmark manually, you need the URL of the feed. Do the following:
Prozedur 13.1. Adding a Live Bookmark Manually
Open the bookmark manager with+ . A new window opens.
Select+ . A dialog box opens.
Insert a name for the live bookmark and add your URL in the http://www.novell.com/newsfeeds/rss/coolsolutions.xml. Firefox updates your live bookmarks., for example,
Close your bookmark manager.