and Favorites allow a user to quickly access web pages
that they would like to return to without memorizing
are Netscape's equivalent to Internet Explorer's
Favorites. Their function is exactly the same,
however, how they are accessed and organized are a bit
bookmarks, users often just add them to the bottom of the
list. All of a sudden, there are 50+ bookmarks and
only ten of them you recognize. Some of the
bookmarks don't even have identifying titles. Why is
and Favorites use the title of the web page as their
identifier. If the web developer forgot to title
his/her web page, no identifying title will be listed next
to the bookmark icon. The title of the web page can
be found at the top of your browser window.
prevent "losing" your bookmarks, we recommend
the bookmark to a recognizable identifying title.
to see what title was placed with the
and use folders to arrange your Bookmarks and
A user may
add the bookmark directly to a folder that
was created previously. Or, bookmarks may be
edited later by cutting a pasting into folders.
the Help Menu for specific directions about editing
Netscape allows users to search for bookmarks by
title, web address and description. If you know
you bookmarked a page from EPA's website but you can't
figure out which one. Use the Find in Bookmarks
option and type "EPA". The bookmark
finder will highlight all the bookmarks (one at a
time) that have EPA in the title, url, or
description. For directions, use the Help Menu
and search for "finding bookmarks".