The Go Menu


The Go menu (shown in Figure A-5) allows you to return to Web sites you visited recently.

image from book
Figure A-5: The Go menu.

Back

Takes you back to the last page you visited in the current tab or window. This is the same as clicking the Back button on the Navigation Toolbar.

This command is unavailable when you're viewing the first Web site you visited in the current tab or window.

Shortcuts Alt+image from book or Backspace when the page is selected (image from book+ on a Mac)

Home

Takes you to your Firefox home page. This is the same as clicking the Home button on the Navigation Toolbar.

Shortcut Alt+Home (Option+Home on a Mac)

See Chapters 2 and 16 for more information about what a home page is and how to set it.

The list of Web sites

After the Home command, the Go menu contains a list of the last ten Web sites you visited in any Firefox tab or window at any time. Click on any Web site to load it in the current tab or window. In Windows, do any of the following: Shift+click to load it in a new window or Ctrl+click to load it in a new tab. If your mouse has a middle button, you can also middle-click a site to load it in a new tab.

History

Shows or hides the History Sidebar, which contains a list of sites you've visited recently. This command is the same as choosing Viewimage from book



Firefox For Dummies
Firefox For Dummies
ISBN: 0471748994
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 157
Authors: Blake Ross

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