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#Drag this button up to your bookmarks toolbar in your browser (or save it to your favorites toolbar): [[File:Reload-via-midd-libs.jpg| |link=javascript:(location.hostname=location.hostname+'.ezproxy.middlebury.edu') | |Reload via Midd Libs]]
 
#Drag this button up to your bookmarks toolbar in your browser (or save it to your favorites toolbar): [[File:Reload-via-midd-libs.jpg| |link=javascript:(location.hostname=location.hostname+'.ezproxy.middlebury.edu') | |Reload via Midd Libs]]
#You will see a new button in your toolbar: "Reload via Midd Libs."
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#You will see a new button in your toolbar: "Reload via Midd Lib."
 
#Now, when you're on a web page that you'd like to redirect through the Libraries' proxy server (like JSTOR), click this button to automatically reload the web page.
 
#Now, when you're on a web page that you'd like to redirect through the Libraries' proxy server (like JSTOR), click this button to automatically reload the web page.
 
*URL before clicking the bookmarklet button: http://www.nature.com/index.html
 
*URL before clicking the bookmarklet button: http://www.nature.com/index.html

Revision as of 10:37, 2 April 2015

When you’re on a web page that you’d like to redirect through the Libraries’ proxy server, another option is installing a "bookmarklet."

  1. Drag this button up to your bookmarks toolbar in your browser (or save it to your favorites toolbar): Reload via Midd Libs
  2. You will see a new button in your toolbar: "Reload via Midd Lib."
  3. Now, when you're on a web page that you'd like to redirect through the Libraries' proxy server (like JSTOR), click this button to automatically reload the web page.

Note: This will only work if the Middlebury Library has a subscription to the resource.


--Carson, Bryan P. (talk) 14:08, 1 April 2015 (EDT)

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