۱۹ Universal Keyboard Shortcuts for Most Web Browsers
All major internet browsers come with their own set of keyboard shortcuts. While most of them differ from one browser to another, some of these shortcuts are universal in that a specific command will do the same thing on any of the internet browsers.
In this post, I’ll be listing down all of these universal keyboard shortcuts that can be applied to Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge and Safari.
Here are the shortcuts:
|Ctrl + T||Command + T||Open browser in tab|
|Ctrl + N||Command + N||Open browser in new window|
|Ctrl + Tab||Cycles through tabs from left to right|
|Ctrl + Shift + Tab||Cycles through tabs from right to left|
|Ctrl + Shift + T||Command + Shift + T||Reopens recently closed tab|
|Alt + Left Arrow||Return to the previous webpage|
|Alt + Right Arrow||Advance to the next webpage|
|Ctrl + +||Command + +||Zooms into the webpage/|
|Ctrl + –||Command + –||Zooms out the webpage|
|Ctrl + 0||Command + 0||Reset to default zoom level|
|Ctrl + D||Command + D||Bookmarks the current webpage|
|Ctrl + F||Command + F||Opens up the in-page search box|
|Ctrl + W||Command + W||Close current tab or window|
|Ctrl + L||Command + L||Highlights the address box, allowing you to type into it|
|Ctrl + Alt + Enter||Command + Alt + Enter||Adds “www.” and “.com” to the text in the address bar.|
|Ctrl + Shift + Del||Command + Shift + Del||Opens up the Clear Browsing History window|
|Spacebar||Scroll down a webpage|
|Shift + Spacebar||Scroll up a webpage|
|Ctrl + P||Command + P||Opens up the Print window|
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