Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Using tabs, part of Learning the Firefox Browser.
- The days of looking at one web page at a time…are long gone.…Using tabs or multiple windows you have the option…to keep several web pages open at the same time.…I'm looking at the Wikipedia page about Stonehenge.…We were looking at this page earlier in the chapter.…If you wanna go to this same page just type…the address for this page into the address bar in Firefox.…So we know that I can click on any link on this page…and it'll load a different page.…So for example if I want to click on this link for…Radiocarbon dating I can click on it and it…loads another page.…
And if I wanna go back I just hit the back button.…But sometimes you wanna open up a new page without…leaving the page that you're on.…And there are a few ways to do that.…Let's say I wanna click on this link but I'm not…done reading the page that I'm on.…What I can do is right-click on this link and instead…choose the option that says Open Link in New Tab.…So now I have a completely separate tab.…And I can flip between them.…Those tabs are up here at the top of the screen.…
- 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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