Bookmarks (like those shown above in the Firefox browser) provide users a
great way to map out and return to their favorite spots on the Internet.
Should your site be one of these favorites, it's a good idea to help the
user bookmark it.
One-Click Bookmarking in IE. Your visitors who use IE 4 and above
can bookmark your site with a single click of a "Bookmark this Site"
Instructions for Non-IE. Only IE supports this auto-bookmarking.
For users with other browsers, the BookmarkMe script gives the user an alert
box with simple-to-follow instructions telling how to bookmark your page
in their browser of choice.
Gracefully. The script does not produce any awkward behavior if
Help Visitors Bookmark Your Site
Bookmarks work on the Internet just as handily as they do in print media.
Add a bookmark and it's easy to jump right back to a specific place you were
browser-specific feature of Microsoft's Internet Explorer. It adds a site
to the IE user's bookmarks when a link is clicked.
NOTE: IE is the only browser that supports this. It
probably should not. Microsoft's push to take all the thinking away for the
end users and hand it over to web programmers is in large part responsible
for the constant stream of security warnings that plague the IE Browser.
For other browsers, our script displays text instructions on how to bookmark
Site Requirements This option is available for all Yahoo! and non-Yahoo! Stores. It
works only with Internet Explorer.
covers adding the script to all pages of a Yahoo! Store or a single page of
stores lacking any method of posting a variable to all pages from a single