Advanced URL Catalog 2.36 Multilingual
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How to Manage Your Bookmarks with Advanced URL Catalog 2.36 Multilingual
If you are looking for a professional bookmark manager that can handle unlimited bookmarks, synchronize them across browsers, remove duplicates, validate URLs, and encrypt your data, then you might want to try Advanced URL Catalog 2.36 Multilingual. This software is compatible with all browsers and supports drag-and-drop, password protection, user-defined rating system, and system-wide hotkeys.
In this article, we will show you how to use Advanced URL Catalog 2.36 Multilingual to create, edit, import/export, organize, and search your bookmarks. You will also learn how to update the title and description of your bookmarks automatically from the meta tag of the web pages.
Creating and Editing Bookmarks
To create a new bookmark, you can either click on the New Bookmark button on the toolbar or press Ctrl+N. A dialog box will appear where you can enter the URL, title, description, category, rating, and comments of your bookmark. You can also choose an icon for your bookmark from the available list or browse for a custom one.
To edit an existing bookmark, you can either double-click on it or select it and click on the Edit Bookmark button on the toolbar or press Ctrl+E. You can modify any of the fields as you wish. You can also use the Batch Edit feature to edit multiple bookmarks at once.
Importing and Exporting Bookmarks
To import bookmarks from your browser or another file format, you can click on the Import Bookmarks button on the toolbar or press Ctrl+I. A wizard will guide you through the steps of selecting the source file and choosing the options for importing. You can import bookmarks from Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, Netscape, HTML files, CSV files, XML files, and more.
To export bookmarks to another file format or browser, you can click on the Export Bookmarks button on the toolbar or press Ctrl+O. A wizard will guide you through the steps of selecting the destination file and choosing the options for exporting. You can export bookmarks to HTML files, CSV files, XML files, Internet Explorer Favorites, Firefox Bookmarks, Chrome Bookmarks, Opera Hotlist, Safari Bookmarks, and more.
Organizing and Searching Bookmarks
To organize your bookmarks into categories and subcategories, you can use the Category Tree panel on the left side of the main window. You can create new categories by right-clicking on an existing category and selecting New Category. You can also rename, delete, move, copy, or sort categories by right-clicking on them and choosing the appropriate option.
To search for a specific bookmark or a group of bookmarks that match certain criteria, you can use the Search Panel on the right side of the main window. You can enter keywords in the Search For box and select the fields to search in. You can also use advanced filters such as date range, rating range, URL status (valid or invalid), duplicate status (unique or duplicate), and more. You can then view the search results in the List View panel in the center of the main window.
Updating and Validating Bookmarks
To update the title and description of your bookmarks automatically from the meta tag of the web pages they point to, you can use the Update Title & Description feature. You can either select one or more bookmarks and click on the Update Title & Description button on the toolbar or press F5, or you can update all bookmarks in a category by right-clicking on it and selecting Update Title & Description.
To check if your bookmarks are still valid or not (i.e., if they point to existing web pages or not), you can use the Validate URLs feature. You can either select one or more bookmarks and click on the Validate URLs button on the toolbar or press F6 aa16f39245