Webopedia Personal Search Tool
Webopedia's search utility is an easy way to search for computer- and Internet-related terms directly from whatever Web page you are viewing without having to go to Webopedia in a new browser window. The search tool sits in your personal bookmark toolbar ready to be used when you need the definition of a technical term.
Installing the Webopedia Search Tool:
To install the search tool, simply drag and drop one of the following links into your personal bookmark toolbar (Netscape) or Links bar (IE) and you're ready to use this new feature. Simply clicking on the links below will not install the search tool.
Netscape Users (version 4+; Mac and PC): WebopediaSearch
Updated search tool now allows Netscape users to search for multi-word terms!
Internet Explorer Users (version 4+; PC only): WebopediaSearch
Using the Webopedia Search Tool:
To use the search tool, just highlight the term you want defined wherever it appears within your Web browser, click on the WebopediaSearch button that you have created in the toolbar of your browser, and a new window will pop up with Webopedia's definition. If you already have a browser window open to Webopedia, the search results will appear in that window instead of a new window. Please note: if the term you are searching for is not in Webopedia's database, you will be redirected to our home page.
For example: after installing the search tool, highlight the following term and then click on the search tool button.
Your browser will then display Webopedia’s definition of “domain.”