Top 10 Firefox shortcut keys everyone should know
Below is a listing of our top 10 favorite Firefox keyboard shortcuts. Learning these shortcuts will greatly improve your productivity and overall experience with Mozilla Firefox.
Ctrl+T and middle-click
Pressing Ctrl+T opens a blank new tab. If you want to open any link in a new tab, press your middle mouse button (often the scroll wheel) to open that link in a new tab.
Oops, close a tab you didn't want closed, press Ctrl+Shift+T to undo any tab close. Pressing this multiple times will undo multiple closes.
Ctrl+L or F6
Quickly get to the URL address bar by pressing this function key.
Ctrl+F or /
Pressing Ctrl+F opens the find feature. Using this shortcut, you can quickly find text on the same page. To do a quick find and have Firefox scroll to the text location as you type, press forward slash (/) instead while in the browser.
Close the current.
Ctrl+Tab or Ctrl+Shift+Tab
Move between open tabs.
Open bookmark window for page currently viewing.
Ctrl+<plus>, Ctrl+<minus>, and Ctrl+0
Pressing Ctrl+<plus symbol> increases the font size. Pressing Ctrl+<minus symbol> decreases the font size. If you want to reset the font size back to the default, press Ctrl+0.
Make the screen full screen, removing all toolbars and status bars.
Open the Download Manager window.