Previously, we covered the most common hotkeys for Mozilla Firefox which everyone should know to use the browser productively. In this article, I would like to share with you an additional set of hotkeys which are not so well-known.
Here are some of the less common Firefox hotkeys.
- Ctrl + U - View the page source.
- Ctrl + G or F3 - Find next.
- Shift + F3 - Find previous.
- Ctrl + Shift + D - Bookmark all tabs.
- Ctrl + Shift + B - Open the Bookmarks manager.
- Ctrl + Shift + H - Show the History manager.
- Alt or F10 - Show the main menu.
- / - Quick find.
- ' - Quick find within link text only.
- Esc - Closes Find or Quick find when it is open.
- Esc - Stops loading a page when the page is loading.
- Ctrl + ↑/↓ - Quickly switch between search engines when the search box is focused.
- Alt + ↑/↓ - View search engine menu.
- Ctrl + Shift + W - Close Firefox window.
- Ctrl + Page Up - Switch to tab on the left.
- Ctrl + Page Down - Switch to tab on the right.
- Ctrl + Shift + Page Up - Move currently focused tab to the left.
- Ctrl + Shift + Page Down - Move currently focused tab to the right.
- Alt + Enter - Open address/website in new tab.
- Ctrl + Shift + N - Undo close window.
- Ctrl + 1 to 8 - Switch to tabs from 1 to 8.
- Ctrl + 9 - Switch to the last tab.
- Ctrl + Shift + E - Tab Groups view.
- Ctrl + Shift + I or F12- Toggle Developer Tools.
- Shift + F2- Open Developer Toolbar aka Command line.
- Ctrl + Enter- Complete .com address.
- Shift + Enter- Complete .net address.
- Ctrl + Shift + Enter- Complete .org address.
- Del- Delete the selected autocomplete entry in the address bar dropdown.
- F7- Caret browsing.
- Alt + D- Activate address/location bar.
Using these hotkeys, you can perform your daily browsing tasks faster. Know more useful hotkeys? Share your tip in the comments.