Firefox Graphical Cheatsheet For Keyboard Shortcuts

by Sasikala on August 17, 2009

For those who use Firefox everyday, using keyboard shortcuts for Firefox browser will increase your productivity dramatically.

In this article, we’ve provided both the Graphical Cheatsheet and Keyboard Shortcut Table.

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1. Firefox Graphical Cheatsheet

Note: Click on the image below to enlarge the cheatsheet.

Fig: Firefox Graphical Cheatsheet, Linux Cheatsheet

Fig: Firefox Graphical Cheatsheet (Click on image to Enlarge)

If you use Dvorak keyboard, refer to firefox graphical cheatsheet for dvorak. [ Thanks to David Fisco for creating this cheatsheet ]

2. Firefox Keyboard Shortcuts Table

Tabs and Windows
Open New Tab Ctrl + T
Go to Nth tab Alt + N
Close Tab Ctrl + F4 , Ctrl + W
Close Window Alt + F4 , Ctrl + Shift + W
Undo Close Tab Ctrl + Shift + T
Go To Next Tab Ctrl + PageDown or Ctrl + Tab
Go To Previous Tab Ctrl + PageUp or Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Open New Window Ctrl + N
Text Manipulation
Select All Ctrl + A
Cut Ctrl + X
Copy Ctrl + C
Paste Ctrl + V
Undo Ctrl + Z
Redo Ctrl + Y , Ctrl + Shift + Z
Browser Management Keys
Clear Private Data Ctrl + Shift + Delete
Help F1
Add Bookmark Ctrl + D
Toggle Browsing History Ctrl + H
Download History Ctrl + Y
Toggle Bookmark sidebar Ctrl + B
Toggle Page Info window Ctrl + I
Page Manipulation
Print Page Ctrl + P
Save Page As Ctrl + S
Reload Page F5 or Ctrl + R
Toggle Full Screen F11
Stop Loading page ESC
Force Reload Page Ctrl + F5
Restore Text Size Ctrl + 0
Decrease Text Size Ctrl + -
Increase Text Size Ctrl + +
Reload Page Ctrl + R
Force Reload Page Ctrl + Shift + R
View Page Source Ctrl + U
DOM Inspector Ctrl + Shift + I
Location Bar Keys
Open File Ctrl + O
Select Location Bar Ctrl + L or ALT + D
Complete .com Ctrl + Enter
Complete .org Ctrl + Shift + Enter
Complete .net Shift + Enter
Page Navigation
Go up a page Page Up
Go down a page Page Down
Go Down One Screen Space
Go Up One Screen Shift + Space
Go To Top of Page Home
Go To Bottom of Page End
Go To Next Frame F6
Go To Previous Frame Shift + F6
Web Navigation
Caret Browsing F7
Back to One Page BackSpace or Alt + Left Arrow
Forward to One Page Shift + BackSpace or Alt + Right Arrow
Open Link Enter
Open Home Link Alt + Home
Search In Page
Find Again F3 , Ctrl + G
Find Previous Shift + F3 , Ctrl + Shift + G
Find In This Page Ctrl + F
Quick Find Link
Quick Find Text /
Search Engines
Search Previous Engine Ctrl + Up Arrow
Search Next Engine Ctrl + Down Arrow
Open List of Engine Alt + Up Arrow , Alt + Down Arrow

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Mario Hernandez August 17, 2009 at 7:18 am

Thanks a lot. Very useful for Firefox lovers.

2 janghuan August 18, 2009 at 3:17 am

thks…. I love Firefox.But could you post a article about how to convert a normal firefox to a powerful tool for web development? I would love that more.

3 srujan March 8, 2010 at 1:07 pm

I think there is a typo for the shortcut “Go to Nth tab Alt + N” it should have been ctrl+N

4 Khalid Zain November 24, 2010 at 2:12 am

Here comes one more in the list.

ALT+Enter

Typing some address in the Location/Address bar and Hitting on Alt+enter would open that link in a new tab rather than opening the current tab.

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