This article will demonstrate examples about using Zotero Connector in Chromium (or Google Chrome). You can collect Wikipedia, normal web page, Worldcat, and Google Scholar references into Zotero library with it. To do this, you will need Zotero Standalone installed and is running. This article assumes that you have installed Zotero Connector in Chromium properly.
1. Save Wikipedia
Open a Wikipedia page. For example, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubuntu_(operating_system). Click Save to Zotero (Wikipedia) button appears on the address bar.
2. Save Normal Web Page
When you open a web page which is not supported officially by Zotero, it may give you Save to Zotero (Embedded Metadata) button. For example, a page in WP such as https://mvogt.wordpress.com/2015/12/13/booting-the-samsung-840-ssd-firmware-update-iso-from-grub2/. Click the button.
3. Save Normal Web Page (Special)
When you find any page while Zotero icon doesn't appear in address bar, right-click the page > Save Page to Zotero.
4. Save Worldcat
Search for some items in http://worldcat.org and click Save to Zotero (Worldcat) button. Zotero will show a new dialog contains some entries you should choose. Choose one or all and press OK.
5. Save Google Scholar
See the Zotero Stand Alone window. You will notice that all of your collected references appear here.