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Users can mark items that they are especially interested in as ``favorites'' These items will then be listed first in lists of items, and shown first when the user reads items Options can be set to automatically favor items that the user posts him or herself, or that the user responds too By default, when you enter an item, it automatically becomes a permanent favorite When you respond to an item, it becomes a temporary favorite - that is, it will only be a favorite until you next read it
A feature of the Internet Explorer program for storing URLs of useful sites These are called "Bookmarks" if you are using Netscape's Navigator [week 1]
Another name for Bookmarks as employed in Microsoft Internet Explorer
A convenient feature of a web browser that allows the user to save the address (URL) of a (Favorite) Web page so that they can easily re-visit the page at a later time
Located under "Start", the Favorites folder lists web pages which have been bookmarked through the Internet Explorer program
When you find Web sites or pages that you like, you can keep track of them, so it's easy to open them in the future by adding them to the Favorites folder Any time you want to open that page, just click the Favorites button on the toolbar, and then click the shortcut in the Favorites list
A Web address that is stored by a browser in order to return to it easily Netscape Navigator uses the term Bookmarks instead of Favorites
List of Web page titles and URLs stored on user's computer to be used in future Web sessions 7 11
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Sometimes called bookmarks, your "favorites" list makes it easy to return to sites you've found useful Naturally, every web site wants to be on this list and some even attempt to force their way onto it PopUpCop stops 'em cold
Another name for bookmarks
Internet Explorer's bookmark list
a list of shortcuts to web pages kept by Internet Explorer
Saved addresses (URLs) of Web pages in Microsoft Internet Explorer which allow you to easily re-visit pages at a later time Same as Bookmarks in Netscape
In Microsoft Internet Explorer you can tell the program to remember a list of your "favorite" Web pages, so that you can go back to them easily, without having to type in the address (URL) again When you add a page to your favorites, you can jump to it again by clicking "favorites" on the tool bar and selecting from the list "Favorites" are similar to the "bookmarks" used by Netscape Navigator and other browsers
(Explorer) A way to save links to frequently visited websites The same as Bookmarks
Bookmarked panels that you use often They are similar to bookmarks for the Internet
A link to a Website that you save for instant access next time you want to view that web page, same as a bookmark
plural of favorite
Favorites are lists of the products, suppliers, or buyers that you especially like You can build your list of Favorites from your Account by selecting Manage Favorites so you can always access them easily
A feature of Internet Explorer that allows a user to record the location of favorite websites for access at a future time
In the Internet Explorer browser, a means to get back to a URL you like, similar to Netscape's Bookmarks
Microsoft 'speak' for bookmark
A method of storing individual web pages or web locations on your computer Bookmark is the term used by Netscape; Favorites is the Internet Explorer term
In Internet Explorer, a collection of URLs that the user saved because of frequent use or to make them easy to find again In Netscape these are called Bookmarks
favorite
Expected or most probable to win

He's the favorite, he'll probably be elected.

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To add to one's list of favorites on a website that allows users to compile such lists
favorite
To bookmark
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Preferred

That is my favorite flavor of ice cream, I'd eat it daily if I could.

favorite
{n} one particularly loved, a near friend
favorite
{i} preference; best loved person, best loved object; contestant considered to have the best chance of winning
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appealing to the general public; "a favorite tourist attraction"
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A hyperlink that is saved in the favorites list You can use favorites to keep track of useful or important sites and to return there whenever you are using your browser See bookmark
favorite
Regarded with particular affection, esteem, or preference; as, a favorite walk; a favorite child
favorite
Same as Bookmark Used in MSIE and AOL
favorite
the American spelling of favourite
favorite
A saved link to a web page You can do this in Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator browsers This saves the URL of the page so you can quickly find it without typing the URL in the command line See Bookmark
favorite
The competitor (as a horse in a race) that is judged most likely to win; the competitor standing highest in the betting
favorite
Short curls dangling over the temples; fashionable in the reign of Charles II
favorite
A link to a page that you save because you think you are likely to revisit it Netscape Navigator and some other browsers use the term Bookmark for the same thing
favorite
a method to store a visited web site in a we browsers; a shortcut to a web site also see: Bookmark
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In Internet Explorer, a favorite is a collection of Web addresses selected by the user Favorites are stored in a folder and are accessed by selecting the Favorites menu Favorites provide an easy way to organize the Web addresses of interesting sites
favorite
alternative form of favor
favorite
a special loved one
favorite
The hand that is expected to win most often in a particular situation In hold'em, AA is always a pre-flop favorite If the flop is 775, the player with 75 is now a pretty big favorite I knew he was on the flush draw, so I figured I was still a favorite
favorite
Internet Explorer’s way of telling your Web browser to remember the address of the Web pages you visit often, so that you can return to them whenever you want
favorite
something regarded with special favor or liking; "that book is one of my favorites" appealing to the general public; "a favorite tourist attraction
favorite
An ezboard community that is marked by a registered user for easy future reference A Favorite can be created and accessed from the user's Control Center
favorite
A person or thing regarded with peculiar favor; one treated with partiality; one preferred above others; especially, one unduly loved, trusted, and enriched with favors by a person of high rank or authority
favorite
{s} preferred above others; liked or loved above others
favorite
Used to describe a page or address a user wishes to return to on a regular basis Microsoft Internet Explorer contains a feature called Find Favorites for organizing and saving frequently-accessed Web sites
favorite
appealing to the general public; "a favorite tourist attraction
favorite
Preferred one, one with special favor
favorite
A saved link to a website that is added to a list of saved links on Microsoft Internet Explorer You can simply click on the saved link to return to the site rather than having to retype the address when visiting the site again
favorite
In Microsoft Internet Explorer, a user-defined shortcut to a page on the World Wide Web, analogous to a bookmark in Netscape Navigator
favorite
preferred above all others and treated with partiality; "the favored child"
favorite
To add to ones list of favorites on a websites that allows users to compile such lists
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favorite
something regarded with special favor or liking; "that book is one of my favorites"
favorite
a competitor thought likely to win
favorites

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    [ fA-v(&-)r&t, fA-v& ] (noun.) 1583. Italian favorito, past participle of favorire to favor, from favore favor, from Latin favor.

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