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Old 12-06-2005, 09:38 AM   #1
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Default Firefox tip

From the webreference.com weekly newsletter: most of you may already know, but here it is anyway (slightly edited by me):

"While this is not specifically a Web developer tip, it can help you to
maneuver to your favorite sites much quicker. Firefox has a "keyword"
field in the properties section of each bookmark. You can use that
keyword to open a Web site, just like on AOL. [gee - some recommendation!]

Let's say you have bookmarked the DTP forum site. Go to the bookmark for that link and right-click on it. On the popup menu click on the link for
"Properties" (it should be at or near the bottom of the menu). In the
bookmark's properties, go down to "Keyword" and type in a keyword
to help you remember that Web site, e.g., "dt" (without the quotes).
Then click "OK." Now, when you want to visit the
site, you can just type "dt" (without the quotes) in the address box
and press "Enter." It will then take you to this site. "
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