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  • In this video, we'll talk about the basics of browsing and Firefox, such as navigating to a website, opening windows and tabs, downloading files and viewing browsing history.

  • To visit a website or search the Web, find the address bar at the top of the screen, type in a Web address and press enter your website will then appear.

  • Don't worry if you don't know the website address.

  • You can also use the address bar to do a search type in any search terms.

  • As you type, search suggestions will appear with a magnifying glass next to them.

  • You can either click on these suggestions or type your own search and press enter.

  • A list of search results will appear and you can click one to check it out.

  • You can also use the address bar to quickly find pages you have previously visited or bookmarked.

  • Maybe you previously visited the Grand Canyon website.

  • The website will appear in the list.

  • Click on it to return to the website without having to perform a search.

  • There are four main buttons used for navigation.

  • The back button and the forward button allow you to move through pages you have recently viewed the refresh button will reload the current page.

  • You can use refresh if a Web page stops working or if you want to see if there are any changes to the Web page.

  • Finally, the home button will take you to your home page.

  • Your home page is the first page that appears whenever you start.

  • Firefox tabs allow you to have multiple Web pages open in the same window.

  • To open a new tab, click the plus sign and use it to visit any website you'd like to see a different tab.

  • Click the one you wish to view.

  • Close the tab by clicking the X to the right of the tab.

  • When you find a link on a website, you can view it in a new tab by right clicking it.

  • Then selecting open link in new tab.

  • Feel free to open as many as you'd like.

  • I'm going to open a few tabs right now.

  • This will make it easy for you to go back and forth between multiple Web pages.

  • You can move tabs by clicking and dragging one to the desired position, then releasing the mouse.

  • You can even pull one to a new window of its own.

  • Just click and drag it out of the browser window, then release the mouse.

  • It will then appear in its own window.

  • If you found a file on the Web that you want to save to your computer, you can download the file by clicking the link, and it may download automatically.

  • However, if it doesn't download automatically, you can right click it and select Save Link as when the dialog box opens.

  • Select the location where you want to save the file and enter file.

  • Name.

  • Let's call this Grand Canyon trip, then click save to begin downloading.

  • To check its progress, click the download button in the top right corner.

  • When it's finished downloading, click the file to open it.

  • Every website you visit is remembered in a record known as your browsing history, and you can view it by clicking the menu button in the top right corner, selecting library and clicking history.

  • Then choose show all history.

  • Click today to show your recently visited websites, select another time on the left of the window to see your history on a different day to return to a website.

  • Double click it.

  • Now you're ready to browse the Web with Firefox G C F.

In this video, we'll talk about the basics of browsing and Firefox, such as navigating to a website, opening windows and tabs, downloading files and viewing browsing history.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/12
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