Welcome on the SiteBar integration page. This page helps you to get most out of the SiteBar. On the SiteBar homepage you can learn more about SiteBar features.
|Opera Web Browser||9.5/WinXP||[Homepage]|
|Microsoft Internet Explorer||8.0/Windows||[Homepage]|
|Maxthon Tabbed Browser||1.1.120/WinXP||[Homepage]|
|Linux Distro/Other Tools||Gentoo,Debian/PHP Layers Menu|
Usage/Integration Tips for Opera Web Browser
SiteBar uses right+click to invoke context menus for bookmarks and folders. Opera users must check the "Show Menu Icon" option in "User Settings" and then left-click the icon next to the bookmark or folder icon to open the menu. Ctrl-left click on the label next to the folder or bookmark icon may work as well.
|Add to Panel||A bookmark to SiteBar will be added to Opera Bookmarks. Clicking the link in the list of bookmarks will add SiteBar to the Opera Panels.|
|Add Page to SiteBar||This bookmarklet* may be used to add bookmarks to your SiteBar. When executed a new pop-up window will occur that will be prefilled with the details of the current page.|
|SiteBar||This is an ordinary bookmark which will open the SiteBar in the current window. SiteBar is optimized to display as a narrow vertical bar. This way a lot of space would be wasted.|
|SiteBar Pop-up||If your browser does not have a sidebar feature, you may use this bookmarklet*. It will open SiteBar in a pop-up window similar to a sidebar. Please be aware of the fact that your browser may block pop-ups!|
|SiteBar iframe||The URL at the left side provides SiteBar in a <IFRAME>. It is suitable for embedding on various portals. Such as:|
|Google Widget||Uses IFRAME too, but is customized for display on Google Personalized Homepage. Use Add stuff and this URL https://beta.sitebar.org/google.php .|
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