Bookmark posts on Vivaldi Forum to find them easily later.
Whether you’ve come across instructions for something, an interesting argument, feature request you want to keep an eye on or something else, you can bookmark the post on the Vivaldi Forum. Then, when you need it, you can just go to your bookmarks to revisit the post, instead of searching through thousands of posts.
To bookmark a forum post:
Make sure you’re logged in to your Vivaldi account.
Below the post you want to bookmark, on the right side, click on the menu button.
The number next to the menu option lets you know, how many others have already bookmarked the same post.
Combine Vivaldi on Windows with Razer Chroma to make browsing more immersive and personal.
If Santa brought you new Razer Chroma gear for your computer, you can include Vivaldi in the color play. When Razer Chroma devices have been connected, your Theme‘s accent color will be reflected on the devices.
To enable Razer Chroma integration:
Make sure your Chroma devices are connected to your computer.
Go to Settings > Themes > Razer Chroma Theme Integration.
Click Enable Razer Chroma Integration.
Select the devices you want to sync with Vivaldi.
Make it more fun by enabling Accent from Page in your active theme’s settings or by setting up theme scheduling.
Enable Reader View before printing to remove the clutter and print only the important content.
Many websites, especially news sites, strip the printable page of irrelevant content. In case the web page you’re trying to print doesn’t do that, you can switch to Reader View, which will remove unnecessary sections and lets you print just the article. In addition, by using Reader View, you can adjust the font, font size, and line height before printing.
Make new tabs take their place among open tabs where you expect to see them.
Both on Vivaldi on desktop and Vivaldi on Android, you have a few options for the location of newly opened tabs. To change where the new tab opens, go to Settings > Tabs > New Tab position either on desktop or Android. Then choose between the following options:
After Related Tabs: The new tabs will share a “parent-child” relationship – if you open a link in your current tab, the new tab will open next to its “parent”.
After Active Tab: Opens new tab next to the current active tab (this is the default).
As Last Tab: Opens new tab at the end of the tabs.
As Tab Stack With Related Tab: Opens a new tab stack with the active tab and the new tab.
Check the status and availability of Vivaldi’s online services on vivaldistatus.com.
Whether we’re doing scheduled maintenance or servers are acting up despite all the love we give them, there’s always a chance that Vivaldi’s online services will be temporarily unavailable. With scheduled maintenance we notify our users ahead of time via email* and notifications on the website, so downtime wouldn’t come as a surprise. With unexpected outages our system administrators do their best to get things back up again as fast as possible.
If you’re having trouble accessing and using Vivaldi services, it’s good to check our status page on https://vivaldistatus.com, to confirm whether the services are operational or there’s something going on.
*Make sure you’re subscribed to Technical Updates on your account’s profile on Vivaldi.net.
Enable Zoom Controls to change the page zoom level in Web Panels.
Web Panels are customizable Tabs which allow you to keep your favorite sites easily accessible in the side Panel of Vivaldi. And just like with web pages open in a tab, you can adjust the zoom levels for web pages added to Web Panels as well.
To increase or decrease the size of the content in Web Panels:
Right-click on a Web Panel.
Select Toolbar > Display Zoom Controls from the context menu.
Then click on the zoom buttons and at the top of the Web Panel to zoom in and out.
Zoom level is retained through closing and reopening of the Web Panel and browser restarts.
Add alternative text to images you post on Vivaldi Social and Community Blogs.
Alternative or alt text is a short description of what is shown on the image. It is shown when the image can’t be displayed and is indexed by search engines. More importantly, alt text is used by screen reader software that helps visually impaired people browse the web. To contribute to making the web accessible for everyone, it’s strongly encouraged to add proper alt text to any images accompanying your posts on Vivaldi Social, Community Blogs on Vivaldi.net and other places on the web.