Saturday, March 1, 2008

Mozilla FireFox Browser Short Cuts - Very Useful

Using Firefox short cuts is the best way to reduce your time when your navigating through the web sites. For this purpose Mozilla Firefox browser supports lots of short cuts that any other software support. But many of normal Firefox users don't know about this advantage. They perform normal tab navigation to accomplish there works. But you'll be surprise if you know how much time you can save using Firefox short cuts. My recommend is always use short cuts and one day you'll be familiar with short cuts and you'll know about real power of it.
Mozilla Firefox short cuts
  • Hot Key Combinations for Firefox short cuts
Ctrl + (+) - ( Zoom in )
Ctrl + (-) - ( Zoom out )
Ctrl + A - ( Select all content )
Ctrl + B or Ctrl + I - ( show bookmark tab )
Ctrl + D - ( Add a bookmark )
Ctrl + G , F3 - ( Repeat last find operation forward )
Ctrl + K - ( Search the Web using the current search engine and keyword )
Ctrl + n - ( n= number Go to n th tab )
Ctrl + N - ( Open a new window )
Ctrl + O - ( Open a file )
Ctrl + P - ( Print current page )
Ctrl + R, F5 - ( Reload current page )
Ctrl + S - ( Save current page as file )
Ctrl + Scroll up - ( Zoom in )
Ctrl + Scroll down - ( Zoom out )
Ctrl + Shift + R, Ctrl + F5 - ( Reload current page from origin )
Ctrl + T - ( Open new tab )
Ctrl + U - ( show source code in page )
Ctrl + V - ( Paste currently copied content )
Ctrl + W, Ctrl + F4 - ( Close the current tab )
Ctrl + X - ( Cut the current selection )
Ctrl + Y (and Ctrl-Shift-Z) - ( Redo last operation )
Ctrl + Z - ( Undo last operation )

Space Bar - ( page down )
Shift + Spacebar - ( page up )
Shift + F3 - ( Repeat last Find operation backward )

Alt - ( Begin menu navigation )
Alt + D, F6 - ( Focus and highlight the location bar )
Alt + Enter - (Open URL in a new tab )
Alt
+ F4 (also Ctrl-Shift-W) - Close current window )
Alt + Home - ( Go to home page )
Alt - N - ( find next )
Alt + Left Arrow, Backspace - ( Go back one page )
Alt + Right Arrow, Shift + Backspace - ( Go forward one page )

Delete - ( Delete current item )
End - ( Move to bottom of page )
Esc - ( Stop current operation )
F11 - ( Display in full-screen mode )
Home - ( Move to top of page )

2 comments:

Pothi said...

Hi,

I didn't know the following shortcut earlier.

Ctrl + n - ( n= number Go to n th tab )

Thanks and Regards,
Pothi.

Tutorial-NET said...

Thanks and welcome pothi nice to see you here again and again keep track up

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