I just used the current Safari and dragged all the links from the top level of your home page (i.e. from the page itself rather than the URL bar) to a new TBX document:
So, you do get a URL generated. The Name of the note created is the anchor of the link. Thus some pages like the search link don’t generate a title as there’s no anchor text.
If you drag the URL from the browser’s URL bar you get the URL and the HTML
<title> of the current page. So to use this method to make notes you’d need to navigate to each page before dragging the link.
Notice in the video how the initial drag has to be repeated as the ‘live’ area of the link you want to get may not fill the area of the visible page that you assume is a link, (that’s a webpage design issue). Notice when the drag works properly there’s a little floating badge showing that you’re dragging a link.
Bear in mind the process able weren’t developed specifically for this task some some ‘titles’ or URLs you may have to create yourself. So, don’t assume Tinderbox is going spot your input errors. If you feed it, via drag/drop, data it can use you’ll get a note with a populated $URL. Otherwise you’ll have to check/edit the data yourself.
Another approach might be to get a spidering app to map your sites URLs and titles and then import such a list to Tinderbox and explode the list to get a lot of notes representing parts of your website.