Welcome on the SiteBar integration page. This page helps you to get most out of the SiteBar. On the SiteBar homepage you can learn more about SiteBar features.

SiteBar Integrator

SiteBar is designed to comply with standards and should work on most browsers with enabled javascript and cookies. The following table shows on what browsers it has been tested.

Browser/Category Version/Platform
Mozilla Firefox 1.0,1.5,2.0,3.0,3.5,4.0,5.0/WinXP,Linux [firefox Homepage]
Mozilla 1.7.5/WinXP [mozilla Homepage]
Konqueror 3.x/Linux [konqueror Homepage]
Opera Web Browser 9.5,10.0,11.5/WinXP [opera Homepage]
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0/WinXP, 7.0/WinXP, 7.0/Vista [msie Homepage]
Maxthon Tabbed Browser 1.1.120/WinXP [maxthon Homepage]
Linux Distro/Other Tools Gentoo,Debian/PHP Layers Menu

Usage Tips for All Browsers

Usage/Integration Tips for Microsoft Internet Explorer

Tip Description
Install Installs the SiteBar to the Explorer Bar and context menu - requires Windows registry change and system restart for all features. Depending on your rights only some features might be installed.
Open SiteBar Explorer Bar from the View menu or use View > Toolbars > Customize to place the SiteBar Panel toggle button on the toolbar (not IE7). Right click anywhere on the page or over a link to add the page or link to the SiteBar.
Uninstall Removes SiteBar from the Explorer Bar (see above).
Show in Search Bar Using this link is recommended in case that the user does not have enough privileges or does not want to install the explorer bar. It loads SiteBar temporarily to the Search Bar/Pane of IE browser (in IE7 check the checkbox "Enable websites to use the search pane" in Tools > Internet Options > Advanced) or to the Web Panels bar of Firefox browser. If it is bookmarked it opens in a regular window in all browsers.
Add Page to SiteBar This bookmarklet* may be used to add bookmarks to your SiteBar. When executed a new pop-up window will occur that will be prefilled with the details of the current page.
SiteBar This is an ordinary bookmark which will open the SiteBar in the current window. SiteBar is optimized to display as a narrow vertical bar. This way a lot of space would be wasted.
SiteBar Directory Apart of the tree like display, SiteBar can be shown as a traditional directory. This view shows one directory at a time and shows details for displayed bookmarks. The browser must support XSLT.
SiteBar Pop-up If your browser does not have a sidebar feature, you may use this bookmarklet*. It will open SiteBar in a pop-up window similar to a sidebar and a main reusable window where all links will be targeted (no more multiple blank pages). Please be aware of the fact that your browser may block pop-ups! In such a case use Ctrl+left click.
SiteBar iframe The URL at the left side provides SiteBar in a <IFRAME>. It is suitable for embedding on various portals. Such as: Visit the portal, find a place where you can add content. Copy there this URL iframe.php and a new gadget should be created (note that https is usually not supported by portals, you may, however, use https in the iframe.php). Note that your username/password is NOT exposed to the portal. MS IE users may need to allow cookies for the SiteBar server domain.
Google Widget Uses IFRAME too, but is customized for display on Google Personalized Homepage. Use Add stuff and this URL google.php .

* Bookmarklet is a bookmark/favorite that contains JavaScript code. You can right click it and add to your bookmarks/favorites toolbar. Later click on this bookmark will execute the JavaScript code.

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