Add to favourites

The way you add pages to your favourites (or "bookmark" them) varies by which web browser you are using.

Internet Explorer

Go to the page you wish to add and then type CTRL - D to bring up the "Add a favourite' dialog window. From here you can set the name the page will be stored under and also decide where to store it.

Firefox

Go to the page you wish to bookmark and type CTRL - D to bring up "Bookmark" dialog window. From here you can set the name the page will be sstored under, determine whereabouts to store it, and if using a relatively new version of Firefox also set 'tags' to be associated with the page to aid finding it again later.

Safari

Go to the page you wish to bookmark and type COMMAND - D (CTRL - D if using Windows) to reveal a sheet where you can set the name the page will be stored under and determine whereabouts to store it.

Other

Other browsers will offer similar functionality. Look for an option labelled "add to favourites" or "add bookmark".