The Mozilla Firefox Cheat Sheet offers shortcuts, tips, and information about the Firefox web browser on one single sheet of paper. While it is indeed most useful to new users of the Firefox web browser, it may provide even experienced Firefox users with information about shortcuts that they did not know about.
The Cheat Sheet has three major sections. Section one deals with Firefox shortcuts (general, navigation, text, search and mouse shortcuts). Section two lists the important locations like cache and profiles and section three lists some neat tips and tricks for blocking popups and customizing toolbars. You may even learn something new if you are working with Firefox on a daily basis, try it out.
Here are the top keyboard shortcuts that I use most often when I use the Firefox web browser:
The Firefox cheat sheet is also available as a pdf document on the web page it has been posted on. It needs to be noted that it has not been updated since 2006 and that it lacks some of the newer keyboard shortcuts that Mozilla did introduce in later versions of the Firefox Internet browser. You will also notice that some information, like the user profile folder path or the menu tips, may not be correct depending on the operating system and version of the browser that you use.
I have created an updated version of the Cheat Sheet. It does not fit on one page anymore, sorry about that.
Media shortcuts (Ogg and WebM)
Note: OS X users need to use Command instead of CTRL and Option instead of ALT.
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