1. When referring to the Internet or a browser, a bookmark or electronic bookmark is a method of saving a web page's address. For example, with most browsers pressing Ctrl + D will bookmark the page you are viewing. Users running Microsoft Internet Explorer can think of a bookmark as a favorite, which is what Microsoft uses to describe a bookmark.
- Creating Internet favorites or bookmarks?
- Drag your favorite page into your bookmarks bar.
- How to backup and restore my Internet favorites or Bookmarks.
- Delete Internet favorites or bookmarks or otherwise organizing them.
- How to bookmark Computer Hope.
2. When referring to the Internet and HTML, a bookmark link or named anchor refers to a section on a web page marked in HTML code using the <A NAME="name"> tag. This tag will cause a browser to automatically scroll to the bookmark if the visitor clicks on a <A HREF="#name"> link tag, where #name is the name of the bookmark.