IE and Netscape Browser Tricks (Or You Can Teach an Old Dog New Tricks!) Download this PresentationDownload this Presentation!
Opening More Than One Browser You are not limited to using only one Internet browser at a time. You can open several copies of Netscape and/or Internet Explorer and surf on each simultaneously. You only need to use the buttons in the taskbar to toggle between sites. Switch between browsers!
Now Where Was That Site? As you hop from page to page and website to website, your browser remembers where you've been. With Netscape, select History from the drop- down list under the Communicator menu.
Now Where Was That Site? As you hop from page to page and website to website, your browser remembers where you've been. With Internet Explorer, click the History button on the toolbar. There you'll find a list of all the web pages you have visited during a specified period of time. To revisit a page, just click on the address.
Now Where Was That Site? Another way to move between pages with Netscape is by clicking the right mouse button. A pop-up menu will appear. You can choose to move forward or back. IE Netscape Right-Click!
Using Find Both browsers have a find feature. By using find you can save yourself much time that would otherwise be spent browsing a webpage for a specific keyword. IE Netscape
Using Find Activity: Open Internet Explorer Image you were doing a paper on reasons for smoking.
Using Find Upon searching the Internet you found this site: http://www.bygpub.com/books/tg2rw/smoking.htm Without reading the entire page you can find the reasons for smoking listed using the Find feature. Click Edit…Find…type reasons. Then click Find Next. Your browser will instantly locate that keyword and save time spent reading the entire page. Now copy and paste the four most common reasons for smoking on a Word Document to save or print for your instructor.
How Much Did You Learn? Take the quiz and test your knowledge of browser tricks.
To look at two websites at once A. Use two computers. Use two computers. B. Use two copies of the browser. Use two copies of the browser. C. Print both websites. Print both websites.
How does a browser record where youve been? A. Through its history feature Through its history feature B. Through its find feature Through its find feature C. Browsers have no Browsers have no way of recording this