How to Remove or Add a Site to the Toolbar

By David Koenig

Toolbars offer Internet users quick and easy access to a range of functions in their Web browser via a single click of a button. Google and AOL toolbars allow users to add buttons as handy links to take them to their favorite sites, while Yahoo! offers only selected sites through applications. To access these features on any of the main browser toolbars, just open your browser.

Google Toolbar

Step 1

Locate a link you would like to add to Google Toolbar.

Step 2

Left-click and hold down to drag the link up from the page and onto the toolbar.

Step 3

Release left-click to drop and create the website link.

Step 4

Right-click on a link and click "Delete" to remove a website from the toolbar.

Yahoo! Toolbar

Step 1

Click "Toolbar Settings."

Step 2

Click "Edit Apps."

Step 3

Click "Add Apps."

Step 4

Search or browse for a website to add. You can only choose from websites that have Yahoo! apps, such as Time, Boing Boing and Elle.

Step 5

Click on an icon to add a website to your Yahoo! toolbar.

Step 6

Click "Toolbar Settings," then "Edit Apps," then hover over an icon and click "X" to remove a website.

AOL Toolbar

Step 1

Go to the website you'd like to add to the toolbar.

Step 2

Click the heart icon.

Step 3

Click "Add to Toolbar."

Step 4

Select the website icon and type in a name for the link.

Step 5

Click "Save" to add the website to your AOL Toolbar.

Step 6

Right-click on the website icon and select "Remove from Toolbar," clicking "Yes" to remove a website from the toolbar.