We expect websites to provide useful titles that are descriptive and add context to our web browsing activities. To be fair, many do. However, the more tabs you have open the less real estate you have for titles. If the company name precedes the page title the problem is even worse. There are also times when you simply want to customize the text displayed on your tab.
It’s great to be able to browse the internet from your mobile phone but there may be some bookmarks on your desktop or laptop computer that you need.
If you use Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome you can pin frequently used browser tabs to the tab bar to save space and for easy access and to save screen space.
Bookmarks, also known as favorites, are links to sites that you save when you browse the web. These links are useful for future reference since they save you the trouble of remembering and typing website addresses over and over again. The problem with bookmarks is that they are specific to the web browser and the computer you save them on. You can, however, take additional steps to ensure the bookmarks you save on one of your computers is available on others.