THIS PAGE SHOWS YOU WAYS TO ADD DIRECT BARE ACT LINKS ON YOUR ANDROID PHONE’s or iPHONE’s HOME-SCREEN OR BROWSER MAIN PAGE / BOOKMARK.

(It is very easy)

Most probably you are on this website because of Google or Bing search.

People do not remember every site that they visit because of web search.

Below are the simplest ways to add WritingLaw to your home-screen or browser main page.

Please note that you can bookmark or add to home-screen the main page of the website or any page that you think is useful and you will need to visit again and again.

Some important pages worth bookmarking may be-
All bare acts.
IPC bare act.
CPC bare act.
CrPC bare act.
Constitution bare act
Law Notes
Q&A
etc.

 

ANDROID

IT IS VERY SIMPLE.

1- Open Chrome on your Android Phone and go to WritingLaw.com or any bare act page that you want to bookmark. You can bookmark as many bare acts or website pages you want.

2- Now on top right there are three vertical dots. Click on it.

3- Now click on the option ‘Add to Home screen

4- Click ‘ADD

Congratulations… Now you have Writing Law icon on your home screen.

It looks like a normal app. You can move it wherever you like. When you click on it you will be taken directly to that link. This saves a lot of time.

Add Writing Law on Android

(Steps 1 to 4. Click on the image to view in better quality and full screen.)


iPHONE

1- Open Safari browser and go to WritingLaw.com or any bare act page that you want to bookmark.

2- Now click on the small square with an upward facing arrow on the bottom of your screen. There you will see many options. Two of them are “Add to Home Screen” and “Add to Favourites

3- Click on “Add to Home Screen

4- Click ‘Add

An icon will be created on your iPhone’s/iPad’s home screen.

This will look exactly like normal iPhone application. When you click on it, you will be instantly taken to WritingLaw homepage where you can see latest posts. This option is the best. You can move this icon anywhere you want.

The picture below shows old black logo. Now I have changed it to green. (because I love trees) So you will see green logo when you follow these steps.

Add website to Homescreen

(Steps 1 to 4. Click on the image to view in better quality and full screen.)

But for any reason if you do not want it on your home screen then you can click “Add to Favourites” then click ‘Save
You will see an icon on the opening page of your Safari Browser. So anytime you open safari you can see the icon and click on it to see the latest posts.

Add website to Favourites

(Steps 1 to 4. Click on the image to view in better quality and full screen.)

(YOU CAN USE THIS BOOKMARK/FAVOURITE FEATURE ON ANY BROWSER LIKE CHROME, FIREFOX, OPERA ON ANY PHONE BE IT iOS OR ANDROID)


COMPUTER

Please click on the STAR and then click ‘Done’. Please see the picture below.

WritingLaw on Chrome


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WritingLaw has account on almost all popular social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, Pinterest (all links open in new tabs/respective apps)
But due to lack of man power these are not updated regularly. But from today (4th Sep 2018) I am making a firm resolution to update social media accounts for every new post. So you can follow WritingLaw on all or on any of your favourite social media platforms for latest articles.


 

Please note that by using all these simple and secure ways you are helping WritingLaw too. Websites depend on number of visitors. Suppose you subscribe; you get an email for new article and you click on it to read the article, then this adds one more visitor to daily website statistics. More visitors help build trust and Google starts to value such websites more.
I hope I have been transparent with you. Thank you for your support.

 

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