The SEO Guide to FireFox Keyboard Shortcuts

You must have already noticed that I am a huge fan of FireFox as a great SEO tool I can’t live without. So today I am sharing a few FireFox shortcuts and tips to optimize your browser.

Built-in shortcuts:

From official shortcuts (I’ve selected those that speed up some daily SEO tasks):

Command Windows Mac Linux
Find Links As You Type ‘ (apostrophe) ‘ (apostrophe) ‘ (apostrophe)
Open Context Menu Shift+F10 Ctrl+Space Shift+F10
Open History Window Ctrl+H Cmd+Shift+H Ctrl+H
Force Reload (not from cache) Ctrl+Shift+R Cmd+Shift+R Ctrl+Shift+R
Select All Text in Location Bar (e.g. to quickly copy it)
Ctrl+L or Alt+D Cmd+L Ctrl+L or Alt+D
Move to Next/Previous Link or Form Element in a Web Page Tab/Shift+Tab Tab/Shift+Tab Tab/Shift+Tab
View Page Information Ctrl+I Cmd+I Ctrl+I
View Page Source Ctrl+U Cmd+U Ctrl+U

Change Shortcuts / Set Your Own:

Key Config is a great FireFox extension that enables you to set your own shortcuts for any task you perform regularly.

You can also have a look at the tool wiki; I for one found the tool quite very easy to use.

Access it via Tools (in FireFox menus), and edit, reset or disable any existing shortcut or add your own key:

keyconfig The SEO Guide to FireFox Keyboard Shortcuts

One more great thing about the tool is that it will also allow you to change any shortcuts for any addon you installed.

P.S. If you are a fan of using keyboard shortcuts (and per my experience they can considerably increase your productivity), here is also a few ways to add keyboard shortcuts to Google search.

 The SEO Guide to FireFox Keyboard Shortcuts
Ann Smarty is the blogger and community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. Ann's expertise in blogging and tools serve as a base for her writing, tutorials and her guest blogging project,
 The SEO Guide to FireFox Keyboard Shortcuts

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