How can I add a shortcut icon on my desktop from a Web page

just upgraded from windows xp.     I want to add icons of some of the Web pages I regularly use... IE MétéoMédia, clock radio.   In windows ex I just right click and press send shortcut on my desktop...  Help

Right-click anywhere on the web page and select Create shortcut.

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