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April 15, 2019

Off-Line Reading of Safari Web Pages

Quite often you might find yourself going someplace without an Internet connection, but would still like to read articles from your favorite websites. Here is how to save articles for off-line reading with the web browser Safari:

  1. Open Safari
  2. Hover your cursor over the URL field until you see a plus button (it appears to the left of the URL).
  3. Click on the plus button. This will add the item to the reading list.
  4. Open the reading list by clicking on the sidebar icon (at the top of the window, on the right of the arrow buttons), then the eyeglasses button.
  5. In the list you can control click any item to save for Offline reading. You can also avoid the control click if you want everything to be available for offline viewing in Safari by going to Preferences, click Advanced, then select “Save articles for offline reading automatically.”
This is great for plane trips!
To see a visual instruction on doing this, click HERE.
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