Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Sharing links, part of Learning the Firefox Browser.
- This probably isn't too surprising,…but you don't have to be in your web browser…to click on a link.…You can receive webpage links in email messages,…inside of documents, lots of different ways,…and when you click on them,…your web browser will open.…But it's no big deal to receive…and share links outside of Firefox.…So, as an example, I'm gonna open up mail,…and I've got an email message here…and there's a link here in this email message.…If I click on this link,…it opens up in my default web browser, which is Firefox.…
We saw this earlier in the chapter…when we talked about setting your default web browser,…but I also wanted to make sure you saw something else.…This means you can easily share links as well.…So, for example, if I go back to this other tab,…I can select the address here in the address bar,…and I can choose to copy it.…I could use the keyboard shortcut, Control C,…which is Command C on a Mac,…or you can open up the menu…and you can hit Copy right here.…Then you can go over to your email or to a document…
- Using tabs and bookmarks
- Downloading files
- Disabling the pop-up blocker
- Installing extensions, themes, and add-ons
- Managing the cache and cookies
- Saving passwords
Skill Level Beginner
1. Basic Website Navigation
3. Installing Add-Ons
4. Privacy and Security
5. Using the Mobile App
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