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Basics
What’s New in This Edition
Introduction
Safari 6 Quick Start
What’s New in Safari 6
Do Basic Setup for the “Bars”
The Toolbar
The Bookmarks Bar
For Web Developers
Set Your Starting Pages
Define Font Parameters
Use the Address Field to Load a Page
Reload a Page
Cancel a Page Load
Interact with a Page
View Recent Pages
Open a Page from Outside of Safari
Switch Windows
Take the Tab Tour
Tabs, Tabs, Everywhere
Closing a Window vs. Closing a Tab
Switch Tabs
Tab View
Understand Your Link-Opening Options
Override Window-Opening Links
Learn Tab-Window Interactions
Use iCloud Tabs
Manage Your Top Sites
View Your Top Sites
Edit Your Top Sites Gallery
Tune Out Page Clutter with Reader
Learn Reader Basics
Go Beyond Reading
Handle Web-Page Notifications
Set System Preferences for Notifications
Handle Notifications
Work with the Reading List
The Share Menu
Email Links or Page Content
Share with Message, Twitter, or Facebook
Set Up and Use Bookmarks
Set Your Bookmark Preferences
Flag Favorites with Bookmarks
Learn about the Bookmarks Window
Create Folders for Bookmarks
Put Something in a Subfolder
Cut, Copy, and Paste in the Bookmarks Window
Use the Bookmarks Bar
Organize the Bookmarks Bar
Take Advantage of Bookmark- Tab Interactions
Open Bookmarks into Tabs
Use an Auto-Click Folder
Reverse Auto-Click and Folder Menus
Retrace Your Steps through History
Define Your History Range
Access the History Collection
Reopen Recently Closed Windows or Tabs
Stealth Browsing
Secret Surfing
C Is for Cookie
Erase Your Tracks with the Reset Command
A Different Kind of Careful Browsing
Know Your Search Options
Search the Web
Search within a Page
Search Your History and Bookmarks
The Search-by-Content Advantage
Let the Help Menu Help Search
Use AutoFill for Forms and Passwords
Turn On AutoFill Sources
Fill In Forms
Store and Edit Your Passwords
Reverse the “Never Store” Choice
Track Your Downloads
Set the Download Preferences
Work in the Downloads List
Install Extensions
Work with Extension Toolbar Buttons
Update Your Extensions
Disable an Extension
Uninstall Extensions
Appendix A: Create a Web- Clip Widget
Ebook Extras
About the Author
Author’s Acknowledgments
Shameless Plug
About the Publisher
Copyright and Fine Print
Featured Titles
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Take Control of Safari 6

Take Control of Safari 6

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Sure, nearly anyone can get around well enough on the Web in Safari. But Apple has been improving Safari for years, and it has a treasure trove of features that most people never notice. No one ferrets out those features - and their shortcuts - better than Sharon Zardetto. She wrote this ebook to help you use Safari faster, smarter, and better than ever before.

You'll start your advanced Safari education by customizing your environment, especially its toolbar, bookmarks, and top sites. Then you'll explore key browsing techniques, including how to access sites you've visited in the past quickly, load multiple Web pages at once, and sync open tabs among your Apple devices. You'll also find advice on how to go beyond the basics for searching both the Web in general and any page you're viewing, fill out forms, automatically, manage stored passwords, keep pages around to read later, and discover the most worthwhile extensions that expand Safari's feature set.

Specifically, you'll learn how to:

Load any link into a new tab or window, or into your Reading List. Organize your enormous bookmark collection. Unearth a page in your history, even it's not bookmarked or in your Reading List. Read a multi-page, ad-ridden article in a reader-friendly layout. Prevent snoops from tracking where you've been on the Web. Update a password that Safari has stored. Learn how to make Safari fill in most forms for you. Expand too-small text fields for easier typing and editing. Add pages to your Reading List for later perusal, whether online or offline, and even on a separate device. Block ads, zoom images, show passwords as you type, and more with helpful Safari extensions.

What about compatibility? Safari 6 runs in 10.7 Lion and 10.8 Mountain Lion, but its feature set is slightly restricted in Lion, and Sharon points out the differences. For 10.6 Snow Leopard or 10.5 Leopard, read Take Control of Safari 5.)

Sure, nearly anyone can get around well enough on the Web in Safari. But Apple has been improving Safari for years, and it has a treasure trove of features that most people never notice. No one ferrets out those features - and their shortcuts - better than Sharon Zardetto. She wrote this ebook to help you use Safari faster, smarter, and better than ever before.

You'll start your advanced Safari education by customizing your environment, especially its toolbar, bookmarks, and top sites. Then you'll explore key browsing techniques, including how to access sites you've visited in the past quickly, load multiple Web pages at once, and sync open tabs among your Apple devices. You'll also find advice on how to go beyond the basics for searching both the Web in general and any page you're viewing, fill out forms, automatically, manage stored passwords, keep pages around to read later, and discover the most worthwhile extensions that expand Safari's feature set.

Specifically, you'll learn how to:

Load any link into a new tab or window, or into your Reading List. Organize your enormous bookmark collection. Unearth a page in your history, even it's not bookmarked or in your Reading List. Read a multi-page, ad-ridden article in a reader-friendly layout. Prevent snoops from tracking where you've been on the Web. Update a password that Safari has stored. Learn how to make Safari fill in most forms for you. Expand too-small text fields for easier typing and editing. Add pages to your Reading List for later perusal, whether online or offline, and even on a separate device. Block ads, zoom images, show passwords as you type, and more with helpful Safari extensions.

What about compatibility? Safari 6 runs in 10.7 Lion and 10.8 Mountain Lion, but its feature set is slightly restricted in Lion, and Sharon points out the differences. For 10.6 Snow Leopard or 10.5 Leopard, read Take Control of Safari 5.)

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