Firefox had 18.41% of the recorded usage share of web browsers as of May 2008, making it the second most popular browser in current use worldwide... more.
Dave Hyatt and Blake Ross began working on the Firefox project as an experimental branch of the Mozilla project. They believed the commercial... more.
Below are some
simple, easy-to-learn shortcuts for Firefox. These
really do come in handy and are just a few of what's
available. When you get more confident, you can always
learn more or even make your own shortcuts but first
learn the basics before you go wild.
|CTRL-L||Highlights the address bar so you can start typing an URL quickly.||CTRL--
|Decrease or increase font size of a page|
|CTRL-T||Open a new tab||SHIFT-Click||While clicking a a link, to launch a new window automatically|
|BACKSPACE||Go back in browser history||F11||Full screen mode|
|CTRL-K||Highlights the search bar so you can start typing an search query quickly.||F5||Reload the web page|
|CTRL-D||Bookmark the current page||ALT-F4||Close a window|
|CTRL-F||Find in this page||CTRL-U||View page source|