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Mobile browsers require several steps to install a bookmarklet, but if you set it up, the mobile version is easy to use. Part One: Setup
Using iPhone? Skip and go to Part Two of this guide.
On iPad, go to
Settings and tap Safari Set
Show Favorites Bar > ON
Control what appears in your iPad Favorites Bar: open Safari and tap the bookmarks icon. Then tap Edit. Part Two: Creating the Bookmark
Safari browser and view this page (the one you’re reading now) Tap on the
share icon found at top or bottom of your screen Tap
Bookmark found at top or bottom of your screen to save this page Ensure save is to
Locations > Favorites and then tap Done Part Three: Editing the Bookmarklet
Select and copy the bookmarklet code. If needed, adjust the selection, to include all before tapping
bookmarks icon and be sure you’re viewing Favorites Tap
Edit Select the bookmark saved in Part Two, called
Bookmarklet for iOS Tap the
address/URL field and clear it by tapping the x Tap on the word
Done twice: once in the keyboard and once at lower corner of the Favorites box Using the Bookmarklet
NOTE: Bookmarklet is only needed if you go directly to a journal, database or article – not starting from a UC Berkeley Library website.
Clicked to view an article and not granted full access? Tap the
bookmarks icon > Favorites > Bookmarklet for iOS. You will be prompted to log in via CalNet or PIN / Cal 1 card.
Once authenticated as UC Berkeley, you should get the full text.
You will remain authenticated as UC Berkeley until you close the browser.
Many thanks to UCSF for allowing us to re-use their excellent EZproxy guide.