SCHAPPY — 19. May 2008, 21:21

Firefox Shortcuts

Many of you may know, that when you enter the name of an internet page in the browser’s address field the prefix “http://www.” and the domain-suffix “.com” can be obmited. If you press <strg>+<enter> instead of only <enter> it will be automatically inserted by almost all web browsers. For instances, “google” will be transformed to “http://www.google.com” when pressing <strg>+<enter>.

Mozilla’s Firefox 2 supports additional helpful shortcuts I recognized accidentely. Find the list below:

  • “google” + <strg>+<enter> –> “http://www.google.com”,
  • “google” + <shift>+<enter> –> “http://www.google.net”,
  • “google” + <strg>+<shift>+<enter> –> “http://www.google.org”.

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7 only supports:

  • “google” + <strg>+<enter> –> “http://www.google.com”.

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