Because of the way the RichardsPens.com website is built, it might seem difficult to bookmark pages or create links so that you can share information you’ve found here. It’s not really hard to do, but it is a little different from the usual way. This tutorial explains what I like to think of as the “best practices” way to do it. It’s quick and easy, and it makes URLs that are short and snappy, easy to read and remember.
To bookmark or create a link to any page, follow these simple steps:
Navigate in the usual way to the page that you want to bookmark or link to.
When the page has finished loading, click the pulsating Bookmark this page link at the right end of the page-top banner (desktop site) or the bookmark icon at the top of the page (mobile site):
A dialog will pop up to tell you what is going to happen.
Click OK or press Return/Enter. When the page has reloaded itself, the address bar will contain its full URL. For example, here is the full URL for the profile of the Morrison Patriot:
Bookmark the page in the usual way, or copy the URL from the address bar and paste it where you want to create a link.
To bookmark or create a link to a specific entry, navigate to its page and hover over the entry name until a tooltip appears. The tooltip shows you the link target for that entry. Then create your link like these examples (for WARRANTED in the Glossopedia and papyrus in the Paper Glossary), using the target that the tooltip gave you:
gloss= is for the Glossopedia and
pgloss= is for the paper glossary.)
Paste the link wherever you like. To bookmark it, paste it into the address bar and press Return/Enter. When the page has loaded, bookmark it in the usual way.