In the Safari browser for
Apple has included a brand new Website View menu that combines useful options for browsing web pages, making them less difficult to navigate and easier
on the eyes.
The Website View menu includes one-touch settings that allows you
change text size options,
and much more. In this article, we are going to explore the new Hide Toolbar option.
In previous versions of iOS, Safari hides the top and bottom toolbars when scrolling down a web page, and to view them at a later time you must tap the URL or
swipe down on the page.
In iOS 13 however, you can easily customize Safari to hide the toolbar totally when navigating a website, which allows for a less disruptive experience.
You can get the Website View menu in what’s referred to as the Smart Search field located at the top of the Safari window.
Hide the Toolbar in Safari for iOS
Step 1. Launch Safari App.
Step 2. Head over to a website of your choice.
Step 3. Tap the “aA” icon in the upper left corner of the screen.
Step 4. from the dropdown menu, just select Hide Toolbar and the toolbar will shrink to show just the URL.
You can always re-instate the toolbar by tapping the mini URL bar located at the top of the brouser window.