Keyboard Shortcuts
In computing, a keyboard shortcut is a sequence or combination of keystrokes on a computer keyboard which invokes commands in software. Most keyboard shortcuts require the user to press a single key or a sequence of keys one after the other. Other keyboard shortcuts require pressing and holding several keys simultaneously (indicated in the tables below by this sign: +). Keyboard shortcuts may depend on the keyboard layout.
Browsing with Shortcuts

  • To start browsing, press 'g' on the keyboard, enter a website URL and press enter.
  • Use the 'Right Arrow' or 'Enter' key to open links.
  • Press the 'Left Arrow' key to go back to the previous page.
  • Use the 'Up' and 'Down' arrow keys to scroll up or down.
  • Use the 'Control + Z' keys to toggle max screen mode.
  • Use the 'Control + B' keys to go back to the previous page.
  • Use the 'Control + F' keys to go to the next page.
  • Use the 'Control + A' keys to jump to the beginning of the current page.
  • Use the 'Control + E' keys to jump to the end of the current page.
  • Use the 'Control + L' keys to refresh the document of garbled text.
  • Use the 'Control + R' keys to reload the document.
  • Use the 'Control + K' keys to display a list of currently set cookies.
  • 'h' or '?' keys for help.
  • 'k' key to display key mappings.
  • 'o' key for user options.
  • 'd' key to download from a link.
  • 'L' key displays all URLs on the page.
  • 'p' key for print options.
  • '\' key to display the web page source code.
  • '/' or 's'keys to search within the displayed web page, use 'n'for next occurrence.
  • 'a' key adds the current document to bookmarks.
  • 'v' key displays bookmarks.
  • 'r' key removes a bookmark when positioned over that link.
  • 'V' key displays visited links for the current session.
  • 'u' key goes back to previous document.
  • 'm' key jumps to home page.
  • '!' key spawns a command shell.
  • '=' key provides information about the current URL and current link, such as owner, size, mod date, and server type.
  • 'backspace' key displays browser history.
  • 'q' key quits the browser.
  • 'Q' key quits the browser unconditionally.

Simple Commands

  • to goto the beginning/end of the document, enter '^a' or '^e'
  • to move up/down by 1 screen, enter '-' or `Space'
  • to move up/down by half-a-screen, enter `)' or '('
  • to move up/down by 2 lines, enter '^p' or '^n'

The Bookmark File

  • 'a' adds the current document URL to your bookmark file
  • 'v' calls up the bookmark file with its links
  • 'r' is to remove bookmarks

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