Turn URLs into Dock icons

Fluid turns internet sites into desktop applications on a Mac, so then you can park them in the Dock. It means you have your Dock filled with the things you use and a lot of what I use on a regular basis are specific websites. It is as easy as in the picture on the home page of the website. I had Fluid installed and my first website icon in my Dock in 2 minutes. The application is free…so no excuses for not playing with it. In the classroom you would be able to get students to have the frequently used sites stored on their MacBooks and then they could get into the habit of shifting them into their dock for the lesson.

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