How to Add Shortcut to Any Website on Mac
On Windows this would be easy enough, by setting an Active Desktop, but how would you go about it on a Mac. This is a bit of a roundabout way, but you could use a screensaver like IdleWeb to show the website, and then set the screensaver as your wallpaper with Wallsaver.
By the way, this is just theoretical; I haven't actually tried this! What you are probably looking for is GeekTool. It even lets you toggle being able to interact with the web page e.
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There is a built in solution to show a web page in the dashboard which might be "good enough" for you. Now you have the web page on the dashboard and it can be dragged and placed where you like. You can quickly see it by clicking the dashboard icon on your dock, or hitting the dashboard shortcut usually F4. There was a program called WebDesktop, but it hasn't been updated in some time.
If you need something on Leopard or Snow Leopard it may or may not work. Listen now. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Asked 9 years, 4 months ago.
Active 4 years, 1 month ago. Viewed 35k times. I'd like to be able to have very ambient and persistent access to a web page. One idea would be to set the web page as my wallpaper.repecwilchcu.tk
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In the Link field, enter the URL for the webpage. Email: Opens an email message preaddressed with the address you provide in the To field.
For example, you may want to show the recipient name and not the entire email address. Enter a subject in the Subject field or leave it blank. Page: Goes to another page in the document.
How to add a website shortcut to the Dock on Mac
Click the Page pop-up menu, then choose the page you want to link to. Click the bookmark you want to link to.
You can create the shortcut using any browser, add several using a folder, and more. Keep in mind that the location of the Dock where you can put the shortcut is on the right side of the divider. If you only want to add one website shortcut to your Dock, you can do this quickly. There are two different methods depending on how you want the shortcut to display. With Safari, Firefox, or Chrome, you can simply click in the address bar of the browser where the link resides, select it, and drag it directly to the right side of your Dock.
You can drag the URL to your desktop first and change the name before dragging it to the Dock. Next, right-click or hold Control and click the icon. Select Rename and give it the new name. Then, select the icon and drag it to your Dock.