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Now you learn all about Browser, here we give summary of that braowser features which you learn in privious capter of our Web Browser Academic Tutorial.


The Address Bar

Just under the toolbar, we will see a box labeled "Location," "Go To," or "Address." This is where we type the address or URL of a website we want to visit. After that we enter it, press the Return or Enter key to access the site or click on the "Go" or Arrow button to the right of the address box.

Click the small triangle to the right of the Location box, we will get a drop-down list of the most recent websites you have visited. To revisit a site, just click on the address.

The Menu Bar

Located along the top of the browser window, the menu bar offers a selection of things that you can do with the web page, such as save it to your hard drive or increasing the size of the text on a page. Several choices are the same as the buttons on the toolbar below, so do not try to learn everything now. Click once on a word to access the drop-down menu, then click on the selection you want to make.

The Access Indicator

Both of the browser Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer and Firefox have a small graphic in the upper right-hand corner of the browser. When this image is animated, it means that your browser software, known as a client, is accessing data from the remote computer, called a server. The server can be located across town or on the another continent. Your browser downloads these remote files for your computer, then displays them on your screen. The speed of this process depends on a number of factors such as the speed of your connection, the size of the files which you are downloading, how busy the server is and the traffic on the Internet.

The Access Indicator

At the bottom of your web browser you will be find the status bar. You can watch the progress of the transaection of web page , such as the address of the site you are contacting,

The Scroll Bar

The vertical bar to the right side of the web browser lets you scroll down and up the web page. You can also do this by placing your arrow pointer on the up or down arrows and holding down your left mouse key. You can also place the pointer on the slider control, hold down the left mouse key and drag the slider. Your mouse may also have a scrolling wheel as an alternative way of navigating a long page.

If a web page is too wide to fit your screen, a horizontal scroll bar will be appear at the bottom on your web browser. This scroll bar works the same way.

Some Browser Tricks

As with most software, there is more than one way to accomplish a task. Here are a few other useful features to help you navigate:

As you hope from one page to other page and website to website, your browser remembers where you have been. With Navigator, select History from the drop-down list under the Communicator menu. With Firefox, select History from the drop-down list under the Communicator menu. 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.

Another way to move between pages is by clicking the right mouse button. A pop-up menu will appear and you can choose to move back or forward.

Tips for Speed Up Page Loads

While text will be downloads quickly, images can really slow things to download. There are two ways to speed up these things .

Since text appears first, after it loads, click the Stop button. The images would not appear, but should you want to look at an image, use the right mouse button to click on the image icon, then select View Image.

You can view websites in text-only mode by turning off the auto-loading of images function under the Options menu.

One final word of advice that is most important thing that your web browser is your gateway to connect the Internet. Take the time to learn about its all features and also its advantage. In the long run, it will save you hours of frustration and open up a cache of treasures.

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