Time to Update Your ECS Bookmarks

To ensure easy access to important research in The Electrochemical Society publications, update your bookmarks. Since ECS launched its partnership with IOP Publishing on January 2, 2020, all ECS digital publications are only available through IOPscience. ECS bookmarks will not be rewritten by the server. You must update your URLs (web page addresses) yourself.

Here is information on the new URLs—and instructions on how to update your old ECS URLs.

New ECS URLs
ECS Digital Library on IOPscience https://iopscience.iop.org/partner/ecs
JES Journals Collections https://iopscience.iop.org/journal/1945-7111/page/journal-collections
JSS Journals Collections https://iopscience.iop.org/journal/2162-8777/page/journal-collections
ECS Focus Issues https://www.electrochem.org/publications/focus-issues
Browse JES Focus Issues https://iopscience.iop.org/journal/1945-7111/page/focus-issues
Browse JSS Focus Issues https://iopscience.iop.org/journal/2162-8777/page/focus-issues
Manuscript Submission – JES https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/jes-ecs
Manuscript Submission – JSS https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/jss-ecs
Journal Submission Instructions https://www.electrochem.org/publications/publish-journals
Copyright Permission Requests https://publishingsupport.iopscience.iop.org/copyright-journals/
What is a bookmark?

Bookmarks are used to save a web page’s address in your internet browser and access that page quickly without having to search again to find it. In Microsoft Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called favorites. Sometimes they are referred to as named anchors. For most browsers, to create a new bookmark for the page you are viewing, press Ctrl+D (control plus the letter “D”).

Finding current bookmarks

Use these keyboard shortcuts to access and view your bookmarks:

  • Google Chrome: Ctrl+Shift+O or Cmd+Shift+B on
  • Mozilla Firefox: Ctrl+B or Ctrl+Shift+B
  • Internet Explorer: Ctrl+I
Updating bookmarks

Through the ECS partnership with IOP Publishing and the January 2 launch of the new ECS Digital Library, members’ content-access experience is greatly improved. Update your bookmarks to make it even better—or if you don’t currently use bookmarks, try them and see how easy they make browsing! Here are directions for popular web browsers.

Chrome: Locate your bookmarks in the banner at the top. If you do not see your bookmarks, type “chrome://bookmarks/” in the address bar. Right-click your ECS publication bookmark and select Edit. Replace the old URL with the new URL  and press Enter. More information on managing Chrome bookmarks.

Mozilla Firefox: Locate your bookmarks in the banner at the top. If you do not see your bookmarks, press Ctrl + B. Right-click your ECS publication bookmark and select Properties. Replace the old URL with the new URL and press Enter. More information on managing Firefox bookmarks.

Internet Explorer: Click Favorites in the menu at the top. Right-click your ECS publication bookmark and select Properties. Replace the old URL with the new URL and press Enter. Contact Microsoft customer assistance for more information on managing Internet Explorer bookmarks.

 

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