What's better than visiting the YourDictionary site for your dictionary and thesaurus lookup needs? Having YourDictionary with you at all times, of course. Add a YourDictionary lookup button to your browser toolbar and get definitions from our dictionary-thesaurus quick lookup anytime.
There are two ways to use the toolbar lookup:
- Simply highlight the word you wish to look up, then click the YourDictionary lookup button.
- Just click the lookup button and type in the word you wish to look up in the small, unobtrusive window that pops up.
Either way, you get the definition of the word from the world's authority on the English language.Choose your browser here and follow the easy installation instructions below to get your very own Lookup Button!
YourDictionary lookup button for Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer offers a "Links" toolbar for your bookmark buttons. Here are the easy instructions for placing your personal YourDictionary lookup button into your IE toolbar:
1. Make sure your Links toolbar is visible at the top of your browser. If it is not, choose View/Toolbar and check "Links". Make sure it is fully extended.
3. Right click and select "Add to favorites" from the menu. In the pop-up menu that will appear, choose the Links Favorites and add it.
4. Once it is appearing in your favorites, right click and drag the YourDictionary from favorites to the links toolbar at the top of your browser.
YourDictionary lookup button for FirefoxHere are the easy instructions for placing your personal YourDictionary lookup button into your Firefox toolbar:
1. Right click on this link: yourDictionary.
2. From the context menu, choose "Bookmark this Link"
3. From the Add Bookmark popup, create the bookmark in the "Bookmarks Toolbar"
4. The button for YourDictionary lookup will appear on your toolbar: