The web browser displays your downloaded files.
If a document icon is shown in the navigation bar, the file is stored locally. If a globe icon is shown, the file is on the Internet. If you tap on the icon, the file's location is displayed, and, if it's on the Internet, SiteSucker allows you to open it in Safari.
The buttons in the web browser toolbar provide browser navigation, file sharing, access to bookmarks, and the ability to display the web browser in full-screen mode.
Sends the web browser back one page. You can also go back by using a two-finger swipe to the right.
Sends the web browser forward one page. You can also go forward by using a two-finger swipe to the left.
This button provides many functions.
- Tap the button to share a downloaded file with other apps, print the file, save an image, etc.
- Tap the button to add a SiteSucker document to the Documents screen.
- Tap the button to add the site in a zip archive to the Downloads screen.
- Tap the button to bookmark a downloaded file. SiteSucker automatically bookmarks the first file it downloads for a site, and this file is displayed by default when a site's folder is selected in the Downloads screen. You can have SiteSucker start from a different file by creating a bookmark for that file and making it the default (or first) bookmark.
Lists bookmarks for this site. Tap a bookmark to display the associated page. The first bookmark in the list is the page that SiteSucker displays by default.
|Enter Full Screen|
Enters full-screen mode by hiding the status bar, navigation bar, and toolbar. Swipe down to show the toolbar; swipe up to hide the toolbar again.
|Exit Full Screen|
Exits full-screen mode by displaying the status bar, navigation bar, and toolbar.