The bookmark search bar for my iPad Air 2's in Safari to date, has never found or even suggested a single bookmark!
In Safari, open Bookmarks (on the upper left, the icon is shaped like an open book), at the top of your list of bookmarks is a searchbar to search all those bookmarks for a specific bookmark. Mine as never found even one bookmark, including the bookmark directly under that searchbar. Why is this so? Is it possible that I am using it incorrectly? Even when I type the name of the bookmark exactly as it is written below, this search feature cannot find any bookmark! Phooey on Safari and ??!
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Clearing Cookies is done via clearing Internet History.
Open Safari, click on Bookmarks, then on History, then Clear at the bottom, then All Time.
You can also go Settings, Safari, them Clear History and Website Data which clears a few extras.
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You will need to delete your browser cache to remove top hits.
To clear the browser cache:
From the Home screen, choose Settings > Safari. Tap Clear Cache.
To delete bookmarks:
Open any webpage in Safari and then tap the bookmark icon at the bottom of the browser. Once the Bookmarks window shows, tap on the edit button at the bottom right. The bookmarks will then show a red delete icon next to them. Tap the icon to delete the bookmark.
Ok so go into your safari, if you can see up the top right corner, next to the search bar there is a little picture of a book. (It is next to the little cloud and the plus button). Click on that and it will bring a menu down. It should list all your bookmarks. You should then see a button in the top left of this little menu saying something like '< Favourites' or a folder name. Click this, and then click another that says '< bookmarks'. Then you should see 2 things, Favourites and History. Click on history and you should see all the sites that you have been on. Then you can just click the button that says clear. Hope this helps!
Ok so on Safari, you can see your search bar up the top, to the right there should be a little picture of a book, then a picture of a cloud, then a addition sign. The picture of the book is History/bookmarks. If you click on it and it says bookmarks, just click the button in the top left of that menu to back out of there and then it should show 2 things that say either Favourites or History (Unless you have added folders etc)
Open Safari by clicking on the Safari icon in your Application Dock. If you do not have Safari in your dock, click the Finder icon in your dock to open the Finder window. Click on the Applications icon in the far left column of you Finder window, and then double-click the Safari icon.
Identify the bookmarks you would like to keep and the ones you would like to delete. Safari has a bookmarks bar and a bookmarks pull-down tab. Delete bookmarks that are saved on your bookmark bar by hovering the arrow over the bookmark you want to delete. Press and hold the "Control" key and click your mouse pad. A pull-down menu will appear; highlight the "delete" option and click your mouse pad. The tab will now be deleted from your bookmark bar.
Delete bookmarks in the pull-down menu by clicking the Bookmark tab at the top of your screen. Select the first option called, "Show all bookmarks." Select the "Bookmarks Menu" option in the left hand column of the window that pops up. Hover the arrow over the bookmark you want to delete. Press and hold the "Control" key and click your mouse pad. A pull-down menu will appear; highlight the "delete" option and click your mouse pad. The tab will now be deleted from your bookmark bar.
If you can't remember where you filed that one bookmark, search for it directly from the address bar. Type the name of the bookmark and look for the [STAR] icon next to the results that appear, which indicates matches from your bookmarks. You can also see all your bookmarks in 3 places:
Bookmarks bar: The bar is docked under your address bar by default for easy access. If you don't see it, you can find it by opening a new tab. To toggle the display of the bar, just press Ctrl+Shift+B
Bookmarks menu: Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar and select Bookmarks.
Bookmark manager: The bookmark manager makes it easy for you to organize bookmarks. Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar and go to Bookmarks > Bookmark manager.
Use bookmark folders to keep your bookmarks organized. To create a folder, right-click the bookmarks bar and select Add folder. Hope this helps!