How to Remove or Add a Site to the Toolbar

How to Remove or Add a Site to the Toolbar
How to Remove or Add a Site to the Toolbar

How to Remove or Add a Site to the Toolbar – Internet users can quickly and easily access a variety of tasks in their Web browser with the touch of a button thanks to toolbars. While just a few sites are available through applications on Yahoo!, users of Google and AOL toolbars can add buttons as convenient links to take them to their favorite websites. Simply launch your browser to access these functions on any of the primary toolbars.

Chrome Extension

Step 1: Find a link that you want to add to the Google Toolbar.
Step 2: To move the link from the page to the toolbar, left-click and hold down the mouse button.
Step 3 : Release the left mouse button to drop the webpage link.
Step 4 : To remove a website from the toolbar, right-click on the link and select “Delete.”

Yahoo! Toolbar

Step 1 : Simply select “Toolbar Settings.”
Step 2 : Then select “Edit Apps.”
Step 3 : Choose “Add Apps.”
Step 4 : Look up or explore websites to add. Only websites with Yahoo! apps, like Time, Boing Boing, and Elle, are available for selection.
Step 5 : To add a website to your Yahoo! toolbar, click on an icon.
Step 6 : To delete a website, select “Toolbar Settings,” then “Edit Apps,” then click the “X” when you are over an icon.

Tools for AOL

Step 1 : Visit the website you want to include in the toolbar.
Step 2 : Select the “heart” symbol.
Step 3 : Then select “Add to Toolbar.”
Step 4 : Choose the website icon, then give the connection a name.
Step 5 : To add the webpage to your AOL Toolbar, click “Save.”
Step 6 : To remove a website from the toolbar, right-click on the website icon, choose “Remove from Toolbar,” and then click “Yes.”