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Export Edge Bookmarks

Export Edge Bookmarks: How to Save Your Favourites

Although this feature was previously unavailable, you can now also export your favourites using Edge, the successor to Internet Explorer. This way, you can easily save your bookmarks as a file and integrate them into another browser or Edge installation. But where exactly can you find the export bookmarks option in Edge? And how does it work?

Internet Explorer: Import bookmarks

How to import bookmarks in Internet Explorer

Want to import bookmarks in Internet Explorer? The ability to create bookmarks is one of the most useful features of any web browser. Like most browsers, the classic Internet Explorer from Microsoft allows you to create your own library of links. You can also add external bookmarks to your library at any time: We'll show you how to use Internet Explorer to import favourites from other versions or...

How to export Internet Explorer bookmarks

How to export Internet Explorer bookmarks: Saving your favourites from Microsoft’s browser

Even though it’s been discontinued, Internet Explorer is still in demand, especially for enterprise applications. From a functional perspective, the age-old classic is still on par with modern browsers when it comes to features like bookmark management and backup. This guide will show you how to export Internet Explorer bookmarks when you’re ready to switch to another browser or device.

Import Opera bookmarks

How to import Opera bookmarks

ou want to give Opera a try or make a complete switch, but you don’t want to part with the library of bookmarks you’ve been maintaining for years in your current browser? If so, we have good news for you: You can import bookmarks in Opera in just a few quick steps. Thanks to a more integrated function, you can now easily import bookmarks into Opera for further use.

How to export Opera bookmarks

How to export Opera bookmarks

Opera has had a much more tumultuous history than most other internet browsers. After decades of ups and downs, the web browser has become a serious alternative to well-established browsers such as Chrome and Firefox. Despite the fact that it doesn’t have a built-in feature for exporting favourites, we will show you how to get around this restriction and export Opera bookmarks for use in another...

Safari import bookmarks

Safari: How to import bookmarks in the Apple browser

As Apple's default browser, Safari is many users’ app of choice when surfing the World Wide Web on a daily basis. In terms of functionality, the web client is every bit as full-featured as alternative solutions like Firefox: For example, you can even import Safari bookmarks created with other browsers or on other devices. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how.

Export Safari bookmarks

How to export Safari bookmarks: Saving your favourite websites

If you find an interesting website that you want to visit again later, you can simply save it as a bookmark in Apple’s default Safari browser – and do the same with projects that you need to open daily. You can even export Safari bookmarks to transfer them to another device or browser. We’ll explain how it works in this guide.

Server-side and client-side scripting: the differences

Client-side scripting vs. server-side scripting: a comparison

Scripting languages play a vital role in developing web projects with dynamic elements. Scripts are a fundamental component for breathing life into static HTML, using movement and interactive elements. This can be executed and interpreted from either the web server (i.e. server-side script) or from the browser (client-side script). But what exactly are the differences between server-side scripting...

Progressive web apps | what advantages do they offer?

Progressive web apps: what do progressive apps promise to do?

The app market has already produced several new and progressive app formats; conventional native apps were followed by the development of web apps and hybrid apps. But then what is a progressive web app (PWA)? Fundamentally, they are based on the concept of a web app that then takes the form of an app. But PWAs manage to go one step further, promising users the optimised use of a mobile device’s...

Chrome 56: changes to make the web safer

Google is planning to label unsafe websites in Chrome

For two years now, Google has been actively promoting SSL encryption for websites. The search engine giant started acknowledging data transfer protection as a ranking factor in 2014, but now wants to go one step further. Users of Google’s browser, Chrome, will soon be actively warned about websites with unsafe data exchanges. This articles explains what the planned changes are and which...


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