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30 Firefox Keyboard Shortcuts
theotzDate: Sunday, 2010-04-25, 8:26 PM | Message # 1
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Page Navigation Shortcuts

These shortcuts allow you to navigate quickly around a web page, most with only a single keystroke.

* Spacebar — Page down one full screen at a time
* Shift – Spacebar — Page up one full screen at a time
* Down Arrow – Scroll down
* Page Down — Page down one full screen at a time
* Up Arrow – Scroll Up
* Page Up — Page up one full screen at a time
* End – Go to the Bottom (end) of the page
* Home – Go to the Top of page

Pages, Tabs and Bookmarks

These useful shortcuts help you quickly perform different common tasks within Firefox, manage Tabs and access bookmarks.

* F5 — Reload the current page
* Alt + Home — Go to home page
* Ctrl + L — Go to the Address bar
* Ctrl + K — Go to the search box
* Ctrl + = — Increase the text size, zoom in
* Ctrl + - — Decrease the text size, zoom out
* Ctrl + P — Print the current page
* Ctrl + H — Opens the Browsing History in a column on the left
* Ctrl + T — Open a new tab
* Ctrl + W — Close current tab
* Ctrl + Tab — rotate forward to the next tab
* Ctrl + Shft + Tab — rotate back to the previous tab
* Ctrl + 1-9 — Choose a number to jump to that specific tab
* Ctrl + B — Open Bookmarks Column on Left
* Ctrl + I — Close Bookmarks Column
* Ctrl + D – Create a bookmark for the current page

Mouse Shortcuts

Here are six mouse-related shortcuts for when you already have your hand on the mouse. These shortcuts include the scroll wheel and utilize the clicking function (middle click) of the scroll wheel.

* Shift – scroll down – Go to the previous page
* Shift – scroll up – Go to the next page
* Ctrl – scroll up — Decrease the text size, zoom out
* Ctrl – scroll down — Increase text size, zoom in
* Middle click on link — Open the link in a new tab
* Middle click on a tab — Close the tab

Keystroke shortcuts have been around for many years and Firefox takes useful browser shortcuts to a new level. It may take a little adjusting to get used to using shortcuts but once you do they’ll become second nature for speeding up your webbrowsing.


 
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