There are lots of great tips and tricks you can learn about Firefox. One tip that I just picked up on the other day was the use of marking your bookmarks with keywords. Now why would you want to do this? It saves you time! No longer will you have to hunt through your folders to find a bookmarked Web site. No longer will you have to type out really long domain names.
Now all you have to do in step one is find one of your bookmarks. As an example, I will use my Yahoo! Mail bookmark I have on my links bar. Now sure, I could just click the bookmark to get into my mail. I have an easier way to do it though.
Right-click the bookmark in question, then click on properties. Under “Location” you should see an empty area for you to type in a keyword. In my case, I would put in there “ym” for Yahoo! Mail. After you have done that, click OK and you are good to go. Now type that keyword inside of your address bar. Now every time I type in just “ym” I will be taken right into my Yahoo! Mail. How cool is that?
Do you have any Firefox tips that make your life easier? Let me know.