Build the Business of Your Dreams
By Brett Kelly, on Thursday, February 1st, 2007
Let’s face it – a good chunk of humanity is now using the Firefox web browser. Based on a quick look at the access logs for this site, that includes roughly 2/3 of the readers here (yay!). As with many open source projects, it was written with the power user in mind (which means a whole slew of keyboard shortcuts).
Today, we’ll be covering a small handful of keyboard commands that perform (what I consider to be) the most basic browsing functions, so everybody will benefit (and you can bet I’ll be covering the more esoteric commands in a later post). They’re going to come fast and furious, so get your keyboards ready! (Note: these are for non-Mac OSes – if you’re running OSX, you can substitute the Command key for most instances of Ctrl).
Using and Controlling Tabs
Within a Page
Miscellaneous (and don’t be deceived, I probably use these more than any of those mentioned above)
So that’s it for this edition of No Mouse Required. Hopefully somebody will find these useful, and please stay tuned for the next installment!
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