If you're running Windows, right-click the link and select "Add Bookmark" (Navigator) or "Add to Favorites..." (Internet Explorer). If you're working on a Macintosh, hold the mouse button over the link until the menu appears, and create a bookmark. Due to a bug in the Macintosh version of Navigator, the bookmark's name may not show up properly. Rather than using the link's text as the name of the bookmark, the browser uses the URL for some reason. The specific bookmark can be edited by pressing Option+B (Bookmarks), selecting the desired bookmark, and then pressing Option+I (Get Info).
There are other ways to create bookmarks. In Navigator, open the Bookmarks window, and select the "New Bookmark..." option from the File menu. Then enter the desired name and URL for the bookmark. In Internet Explorer you will need to do some hacking. Locate the Favorites folder, and create a new file for the desired bookmark. We suggest that you stick to the standard "Add Bookmark" or "Add to Favorites..." option.
Note that the Macintosh version of Navigator 4.5 features a Personal Toolbar, but previous versions do not. You should also know that the Links bar in the Macintosh version of Internet Explorer 4.0x causes some trouble, so you may find it difficult to use.
Produced by Yehuda Shiran and Tomer Shiran
Created: February 1, 1999
Revised: February 1, 1999