Step 1: Get the Tool-bar
Step 2: Find the Folder
"C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Application Data\Google"
Step 3: See an Example
If you right click it and select edit you will see the following text (DO NOT BE AFRAID):
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<description>Look up a definition</description>
<icon mode="base64" type="image/x-icon">
looks scary, huh?
Step 4: Lay-out of the Button
1. Site- Where the button will link it's user to.
2. Title- What the name of the button will be
3. Description- Displayed when user hover's mouse over button.
4. Icon- the Base 64 icon code (will explain later)
5. Where it will be stored (optional)
The Basic "template" will look like this:
<site>http://YOUR SITE HERE</site>
<icon mode="base64">YOUR ICON CODE GOES HERE (WILL EXPLAIN LATER)=</icon>
<update>http://WHERE IT IS HOSTED (OPTIONAL)</update>
Step 5: Write the Button
Right click the icon and select "Save image as...". Once saved on to your HDD, go to http://www.motobit.com/util/base64-decoder-encoder.asp and simply upload your image and press "Convert the source data". After it is done be sure and copy ALL of the BASE64 text. Now simply go to your notepad and paste all the base64 between the "<icon mode="base64">" and "</icon>" tags.