Bookmarking a Web page is easy. But getting to that bookmark again can be tough if you have filed it away inside a bookmark subfolder. You need to choose Bookmarks, Show All Bookmarks, and then go find it. You can make them more accessible by creating subfolders in your Bookmarks Bar. There are many ways to do this, but one is to right+click or Ctrl+click on the bookmarks bar, and then select New Folder. These folder then act like pull-down menus in Safari, giving you easy access to the bookmarks stored within.
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