SiteBar is a multi-user, multi-group bookmark server that lets users view, add, import, and maintain bookmarks from anywhere. It offers enterprise-quality access rights and granular permissions. Corporations can use it as a complete intranet bookmark solution, and end-users can use it to access their bookmark collection from anywhere, and share it with friends. It is intended for use in a browser's sidebar, and offers a clean, easy to use interface.
|Tags||Database Internet Web Browsers|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Bugfixes. Improved plugins API support. Support for synchronization plugins. An experimental writer "mobile" for pocket devices with incomplete DOM2 implementations.
Release Notes: This release adds support for binary favicons, changes the logic for emptying a full favicon cache, improves autodetection for supported import formats, and has a workaround for a Firefox bug. It fixes a problem when reading translator-exported zip files, the installer/uninstaller for the MS IE sidebar, an error when deleting inactive users, a451 error with qmail servers, importing from Opera, and the display when using "Waiting for Visit" mode.
Release Notes: Displays most active and inactive users. A new SiteBar Integrator brings you up-to-date tips and tricks. This release has link news, directory browsing mode, loading of open nodes only for huge link collections, front-end filtering, backend search, Web search engine integration, session settings for your visitors, default user settings, trash bin usage can be switched off, forced email verification, approval of accounts by administrators, more translations, two new skins, and improved online help.
Release Notes: This version added link validation, automatic FavIcon harvesting, LDAP authentication via a new plugin API, and a global statistics display that can be enabled by the admin. User tree deletion was disallowed.
Release Notes: This release allows sorting the root folder order, usage-based sorting, and custom folder sorting. Favicon display has been sped up through the use of favicon cache. Favicon, charset, and page title discovery is automated.Folder hiding/un-hiding has been added for temporary hiding of rarely used folders. There is an extension for Mozilla Firefox with toolbar icons, context menu items, and an "Open All Links in Tabs" feature. The ability to write plugins was added. A sample plugin "Mail Gate" can be downloaded separately.