Preview a Web Site in Safari

Edited by Djinu, Alexander Avdeev, Eng, FB_1517580988561353

You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show how you can preview a web page before opening it in Safari.

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    To preview a web page, we click on "System Preferences"
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    We click "Trackpad"
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    We want to make sure that "Tap with three fingers" in "Look up" is enabled
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    Once we've ensured that it is enabled, we can close the menu
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    We go to any page that we are interested in reading
    For example, an article on VisiHow. We tap the trackpad with three fingers now, and Safari will show us a preview of what is on the page or inside the article in a small preview pane. For example, we can quickly look and see if the article has just what we are looking for.
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    If we want to open the page, we click the page once more with our trackpad
    We'll be taken to the article.
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Categories : Browser | Macintosh

Recent edits by: Eng, Alexander Avdeev, Djinu

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