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Make Us Your Home Page

To see our site immediately when you sign on to the Internet, make us your browser's home page. You can also bookmark the site or create a desktop shortcut. For instructions, click on the link below that matches your browser software.

Internet Explorer 5.0 | Internet Explorer 4.0 | Internet Explorer 3.0 
America Online | Netscape 6.0 & 4.0 | Netscape 3.0 
Netscape 2.0 | Lynx


Internet Explorer 5.0

Make american-partisan.com Your Home Page

  • Go to the american-partisan.com front page.
  • Go to the "Tools" menu and choose "Internet Options."
  • Click on the "General" tab.
  • Click on the "Use Current" button.
  • Click "Apply."
  • Click "OK."

Add american-partisan.com to Your List of "Favorites"

  • Go to the american-partisan.com home page.
  • Go to the "Favorites" menu (not the "Favorites Folder" on the button bar) and choose "Add to Favorites."

  • To go to our home page at any time, click on the "Favorites" menu and scroll down to "american-partisan.com: News Front."
  • Alternately, you may drag the icon in the "Address" box to the "Favorites Folder" on the "Button Bar."

Add american-partisan.com Sections to Your "Links Bar"

The "Links Bar" by default appears at the upper right-hand corner of the Internet Explorer screen. To see your current Links, click on the "Links Bar," you may have to drag it left or right to see all links. If you like, you can add your favorite american-partisan.com links to the "Links Bar." Here's how:

  • Go to your favorite sections, subsections or pages of american-partisan.com. For example, go to Business.
  • Notice the world icon in the "Address" box.
  • Simply drag it on to your "Links Bar."
  • When you want to visit this site again, simply locate it on the "Links Bar" and click.
  • To edit or rename the buttons on your "Link Bar" click on the "View" menu, choose "Explorer Bar" choose "Favorites" click on the "Links" folder, locate the web site underneath, use the right mouse button to click on the web site you want to change, choose "Rename," from the pop out menu and rename the site as you want it to appear on the links bar. Click on the "X" in the upper right hand corner of the "Explorer Bar" to close window.

Put american-partisan.com on your Windows 95 Desktop

Note: This is ideal for those with permanent network connections, but may not make sense for those who use modems.

  • First, set up your window so that you can see the Win 95 desktop behind it. The best way to do this is to click the middle button at the upper right-hand corner of your browser window.
  • Click on the following link and hold your finger down:

    american-partisan.com

  • Drag your mouse pointer to the Windows 95 desktop and release. And icon will appear there.
  • To rename the link, click it with your right mouse button and choose "Rename." Type "american-partisan.com" and hit your "Enter" key.

This creates a shortcut icon on your desktop. When you need to access american-partisan.com, double-click on the icon. If you are using a modem to connect to the Internet, you should first set up the connection. Then double-click on the american-partisan.com icon instead of the Internet Explorer icon.

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Internet Explorer 4.0

Make american-partisan.com Your Home Page

  • Go to the american-partisan.com front page.
  • Go to the "View" menu and choose "Internet Options."
  • Click on the "General" tab.
  • Click on the "Use Current" button.
  • Click "Apply."
  • Click "OK."

Add american-partisan.com to Your List of "Favorites"

  • Go to the american-partisan.com home page.
  • Go to the "Favorites" menu (not the "Favorites Folder" on the button bar) and choose "Add to Favorites."

  • To go to our home page at any time, click on the "Favorites" menu and scroll down to "american-partisan.com: News Front."
  • Alternately, you may drag the icon in the "Address" box to the "Favorites Folder" on the "Button Bar."

Add american-partisan.com Sections to Your "Links Bar"

The "Links Bar" by default appears at the upper right-hand corner of the Internet Explorer screen. To see your current Links, click on the "Links Bar," you may have to drag it left or right to see all links. If you like, you can add your favorite american-partisan.com links to the "Links Bar." Here's how:

  • Go to your favorite sections, subsections or pages of american-partisan.com. For example, go to Business.
  • Notice the world icon in the "Address" box.
  • Simply drag it on to your "Links Bar."
  • When you want to visit this site again, simply locate it on the "Links Bar" and click.
  • To edit or rename the buttons on your "Link Bar" click on the "View" menu, choose "Explorer Bar" choose "Favorites" click on the "Links" folder, locate the web site underneath, use the right mouse button to click on the web site you want to change, choose "Rename," from the pop out menu and rename the site as you want it to appear on the links bar. Click on the "X" in the upper right hand corner of the "Explorer Bar" to close window.

Internet Explorer 3.0

Make american-partisan.com Your Home Page

  • Go to the american-partisan.com front page.
  • Go to the "View" menu and choose "Options."
  • Click on the "Start and Search Pages" or "Navigation" tab.
  • Make sure the box under "Home Page" reads "Address."
  • Click on the "Use Current" button.
  • Click "Apply."
  • Click "OK."

Add american-partisan.com to Your List of "Favorites"

  • Go to the american-partisan.com home page.
  • Go to the "Favorites" menu and choose "Add to Favorites."

  • To go to our home page at any time, click on the "Favorites" menu and scroll down to "american-partisan.com: News Front."

Add american-partisan.com Sections to Your List of "Quick Links"

Quick Links appear at the upper right-hand corner of the Internet Explorer screen. To see your current Quick Links, click on "Links" to the right of the "Address" box. If you like, you can turn these Quick Links into favorite american-partisan.com contents. Here's how:

  • Go to your favorite sections, subsections or pages of american-partisan.com. For example, go to Business.
  • Go to the "View" menu and choose "Options."
  • Click on either the "Start and Search Pages" or "Navigation" tab.
  • Click on the box next to "Page" and select one of the five quick links (for example, "Quick Link #1").
  • In the "Name" box, type the name you would like to appear on the Quick Link button. Don't touch the "Address" box.
  • Click on the "Use Current" button.
  • Click "Apply."
  • Click "OK."

Put american-partisan.com on your Windows 95 Desktop

Note: This is ideal for those with permanent network connections, but may not make sense for those who use modems.

  • First, set up your window so that you can see the Win 95 desktop behind it. The best way to do this is to click the middle button at the upper right-hand corner of your browser window.
  • Click on the following link and hold your finger down:

    american-partisan.com

  • Drag your mouse pointer to the Windows 95 desktop and release. An icon will appear there.
  • To rename the link, click it with your right mouse button and choose "Rename." Type "american-partisan.com" and hit your "Enter" key.

This creates a shortcut icon on your desktop. When you need to access american-partisan.com, double-click on the icon. If you are using a modem to connect to the Internet, you should first set up the connection. Then double-click on the american-partisan.com icon instead of the Internet Explorer icon.

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America Online

Note: If you plan to use AOL for your Internet connection, we strongly suggest that you upgrade to the latest version. To do this, click on AOL's "Go To" menu and choose "Keyword." Then type in "Upgrade."

Make american-partisan.com Your Home Page

  • Go to the american-partisan.com front page.
  • Click the following link with your right mouse button and choose "Copy URL to Clipboard."

    american-partisan.com
    (If the "copy" option did not appear, drag your mouse over the following Web address and hit your "Control" and "C" keys together:

    http://www.american-partisan.com/
  • Go to the "Members" menu and choose "Preferences."
  • Click on the "WWW" icon.
  • Click once on the "Home Page" box at the bottom of the window before you. Then hit your "Control" and "V" keys to paste in the URL. If the american-partisan.com address does not appear in the box, simply type in http://www.american-partisan.com/
  • Click "OK."

Add american-partisan.com To Your "Favorite Places"

  • Go to the american-partisan.com front page.
  • At the upper right-hand corner of your browser, you should see a blocky red icon that looks like a heart. Click it once.
  • When AOL asks you if you would like to add american-partisan.com to your home page, click on the "Yes" button.

To return to american-partisan.com at any time from AOL, click on the "Go To" menu and choose "Favorite Places." Then click twice on the icon labeled "http://www.american-partisan.com." You can change the title of the link by clicking it once, followed by the "Modify" button. However, be sure not to change the information in the "Location" field.

Netscape 6.0 and Netscape 4.0

Make american-partisan.com Your Home Page

  • Go to the "Edit" menu and choose "Preferences."
  • Select "Navigator" from the Category list on the left.

    Screen instructions

  • Under "Navigator starts with" check off the "Home Page."
  • Under "Home Page" type the following address in the location field:

    http://www.american-partisan.com/

  • Click "OK."

Bookmark american-partisan.com
For easy access to american-partisan.com, add it to your bookmarks.

  • Go to the american-partisan.com home page.
  • Go to the "Bookmarks" menu and choose "Add Bookmark."
  • To go to our home page at any time, click on the "Bookmarks" menu and choose "american-partisan.com: News Front."

Put american-partisan.com on your Windows 95 Desktop

Note: This is ideal for those with permanent network connections, but may not make sense for those who use modems.

  • Click the following link with your right mouse button:

    american-partisan.com

  • In the menu that appears, choose "Create Shortcut." In the "Description" box, type in "american-partisan.com." Then click "OK."

This creates a shortcut icon on your desktop. When you need to access american-partisan.com, double-click on the icon. If you are using a modem to connect to the Internet, you should first set up the connection. Then double-click on the american-partisan.com icon instead of Netscape.

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Netscape 3.0

Make american-partisan.com Your Home Page

  • Go to the "Options" menu and choose "General Preferences."
  • Click on the "Appearance" tab.
  • Under "Startup," check off the "Home Page Location" option and type the following location into the white box underneath:

    http://www.american-partisan.com/

  • Click "OK."

Bookmark american-partisan.com
For easy access to american-partisan.com, add it to your bookmarks. Here's how.

Put american-partisan.com on your Windows 95 Desktop

Note: This is ideal for those with permanent network connections, but may not make sense for those who use modems.

  • Click the following link with your right mouse button:

    american-partisan.com

  • In the menu that appears, choose "Internet Shortcut." In the "Description" box, type in "american-partisan.com." Then click "OK."

This creates a shortcut icon on your desktop. When you need to access american-partisan.com, double-click on the icon. If you are using a modem to connect to the Internet, you should first set up the connection. Then double-click on the american-partisan.com icon instead of Netscape.

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Netscape 2.0

Make american-partisan.com Your Home Page

  • Go to the "Options" menu and choose "General Preferences."
  • Click on the "Appearance" tab.
  • Under "Startup," check off the "Home Page Location" option and type the following location into the white box underneath:

    http://www.american-partisan.com/

  • Click "OK."
  • Go to the "Options" menu, choose "Save Options."

Bookmark american-partisan.com
For easy access to american-partisan.com, add it to your bookmarks. Here's how.

Put american-partisan.com on your Windows 95 Desktop

Note: This is ideal for those with permanent network connections, but may not make sense for those who use modems.

  • Click the following link with your right mouse button:

    american-partisan.com

  • In the menu that appears, choose "Internet Shortcut." In the "Description" box, type in "american-partisan.com." Then click "OK."

This creates a shortcut icon on your desktop. When you need to access american-partisan.com, double-click on the icon. If you are using a modem to connect to the Internet, you should first set up the connection. Then double-click on the american-partisan.com icon instead of Netscape.

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Lynx

Make american-partisan.com Your Home Page

  • In your startup file (for example, in your .cshrc file), set the WWW_HOME environment variable to the location:

    http://www.american-partisan.com

Bookmark american-partisan.com

  • Go to the american-partisan.com home page.
  • Press the "a" key to add a bookmark.
  • Press the "d" key to save american-partisan.com as a bookmark.
  • To view your bookmarks, press the "v" key. You can choose the american-partisan.com bookmark to go to our home page.

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