Chapter 3. Surfing the World Wide Web

If your Mac is connected to the Internet either directly or through a network connection, you can use the Safari Web browser application to navigate — or surf — the sites of the World Wide Web. This chapter shows you how to navigate from site to site and how to make surfing the Web easier.

Surfing the World Wide Web
  • Open and Close Safari 44

  • Select a Link 46

  • Enter a Web Page Address 47

  • Open a Web Page in a Tab 48

  • Navigate Web Pages 50

  • Navigate with the History List 52

  • Change Your Home Page 54

  • Bookmark Web Pages 56

  • Search for Sites 58

  • Download a File 60

Open and Close Safari

Your Mac includes the Safari application to enable you to surf Web sites when ...

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