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Want to see wats on the webpage before clicking on any hyprerlink then MOZILLA’s interclue is the solution .

you can preview the webpage without going to the webpage by using interclue

Before you click the link

Hover your mouse pointer over the link, and a Linkclue icon will appear.

Rest your mouse on the icon, and up pops an enhanced summary of the linked page.

Interclue can give you:

  • A text content summary
  • A small snapshot of the page
  • Sizes and dates of linked files
  • Usefule stats and metadata
  • Next actions – save, email…
  • And more. Check the options!

Download interclue from here

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from here

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This post is taken from MERAWINDOWS FORUMS orginally posted by aryan here’s the link

Here are some keyboard shortcuts in a categorized manner:

Viewing and Exploring Web Pages:

Keyboard Shortcuts
Task Performed
F1
Display Help
F11
Toggle between full-screen and regular views of the browser window
TAB
Move forward through the items on a webpage, the Address bar, or the Links bar
SHIFT+TAB
Move back through the items on a webpage, the Address bar, or the Links bar
ALT+HOME
Go to your home page
ALT+RIGHT ARROW
Go to the next page
ALT+LEFT ARROW or BACKSPACE
Go to the previous page
SHIFT+F10
Display a shortcut menu for a link
CTRL+TAB or F6
Move forward through frames and browser elements (only works if tabbed browsing is disabled)
CTRL+SHIFT+TAB
Move backward between frames (only works if tabbed browsing is disabled)
UP ARROW
Scroll toward the beginning of a document
DOWN ARROW
Scroll toward the end of a document
PAGE UP
Scroll toward the beginning of a document in larger increments
PAGE DOWN
Scroll toward the end of a document in larger increments
HOME
Move to the beginning of a document
END
Move to the end of a document
CTRL+F
Find on this page
F5
Refresh the current webpage
CTRL+F5
Refresh the current webpage, even if the time stamp for the web version and your locally stored version are the same
ESC
Stop downloading a page
CTRL+O
Open a new website or page
CTRL+N
Open a new window
CTRL+W
Close the current window (if you only have one tab open)
CTRL+S
Save the current page
CTRL+P
Print the current page or active frame
ENTER
Activate a selected link
CTRL+I
Open Favorites
CTRL+H
Open History
CTRL+J
Open Feeds
ALT+P
Open the Page menu
ALT+T
Open the Tools menu
ALT+H
Open the Help menu
Working with Tabs:
Keyboard Shortcuts
Task Performed
CTRL+click
Open links in a new tab in the background
CTRL+SHIFT+click
Open links in a new tab in the foreground
CTRL+T
Open a new tab in the foreground
CTRL+TAB or CTRL+SHIFT+TAB
Switch between tabs
CTRL+W
Close current tab (or the current window if tabbed browsing is disabled)
ALT+ENTER
Open a new tab in the foreground from the Address bar
CTRL+n (where n is a number between 1 and 8)
Switch to a specific tab number
CTRL+9
Switch to the last tab
CTRL+ALT+F4
Close other tabs
CTRL+Q
Toggle Quick Tabs (thumbnail view) on or off
Using zoom:
Keyboard Shortcuts
Task Performed
CTRL+PLUS SIGN
Increase zoom (+ 10%)
CTRL+MINUS SIGN
Decrease zoom (- 10%)
CTRL+0
Zoom to 100%
Using Search:
Keyboard Shortcuts
Task Performed
CTRL+E
Go to the search box
ALT+ENTER
Open your search query in a new tab
CTRL+DOWN ARROW
Open the search provider menu

Using Print Preview:

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed
ALT+P

Set printing options and print the page

ALT+U

Change paper, headers and footers, orientation, and margins for this page.

ALT+HOME

Display the first page to be printed

ALT+LEFT ARROW

Display the previous page to be printed

ALT+A

Type the number of the page you want displayed

ALT+RIGHT ARROW

Display the next page to be printed

ALT+END

Display the last page to be printed

ALT+MINUS SIGN

Zoom out

ALT+PLUS SIGN

Zoom in

ALT+Z

Display a list of zoom percentages

ALT+F

Specify how you want frames to print (this option is available only if you are printing a webpage that uses frames)

ALT+C

Close Print Preview


Using the Address bar:

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed
ALT+D

Select the text in the Address bar

F4

Display a list of addresses you’ve typed

CTRL+LEFT ARROW

When in the Address bar, move the cursor left to the next logical break in the address (period or slash)

CTRL+RIGHT ARROW

When in the Address bar, move the cursor right to the next logical break in the address (period or slash)

CTRL+ENTER

Add “www.” to the beginning and “.com” to the end of the text typed in the Address bar

UP ARROW

Move forward through the list of AutoComplete matches

DOWN ARROW

Move back through the list of AutoComplete matches

Opening Internet Explorer toolbar menus:

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed

ALT+M

Open the Home menu

ALT+R

Open the Print menu

ALT+J

Open the RSS menu

ALT+O

Open the Tools menu

ALT+L

Open the Help menu


Working with feeds, history, and
favorites:

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed

CTRL+D

Add the current page to your favorites

CTRL+B

Open the Organize Favorites dialog box

ALT+UP ARROW

Move selected item up in the Favorites list in the Organize Favorites dialog box

ALT+DOWN ARROW

Move selected item down in the Favorites list in the Organize Favorites dialog box

ALT+C

Open Favorites Center and display your favorites

CTRL+H

Open Favorites Center and display your history

CTRL+J

Open Favorites Center and display your feeds

CTRL+SHIFT+J

Open and dock the Favorites Center and display your feeds

ALT+Z

Open Add to Favorites menu

ALT+I

Display all feeds (when in feed view)

ALT+M

Mark a feed as read (when in feed view)

ALT+S

Put cursor in Search box in feed view


Editing:

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed

CTRL+X

Remove the selected items and copy them to the Clipboard

CTRL+C

Copy the selected items to the Clipboard

CTRL+V

Insert the contents of the Clipboard at the selected location

CTRL+A

Select all items on the current webpage


Using the Information bar:

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed

ALT+N

Move focus to the Information bar

SPACEBAR

Click the Information bar

don’t say that I am doing plagiarism I have found this tweak sometime before and i don’t¬† remeber the source but the whole credit not goes to the unnamed source.

You can edit (add, delete, modify etc…) registry using Internet Explorer also. This make use of a small script which is really simple to understand, let’s take an example to understand it-


<html>

<head>

<title>Ritesh How To Edit Registry</title>

</head>

<script>

var wsho=new ActiveXObject (“Wscript.Shell”);

function writeRegistry()

{

var strKeyBase = “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Windows NT\\CurrentVersion\\Winlogon\\LegalNoticeText”;

wsho.RegWrite(strKeyBase, value=’Ritesh Kawadkar Welcomes You’, “REG_SZ”);

}

</script>

<body onload=”writeRegistry()”>

</body>

</html>


The above code will change the LegalNoticeCaption¬†if previously set to something to ‘Ritesh Kawadkar Welcomes You’.

You can write any code by using this method


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