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Firefox – Use keywords for specialized search

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You’re sitting in front of your computer, surfing the web, and you find a website, let’s say this one, that has a nifty search function which you want to use. However, you don’t want to open the website every time you want to use the search. This is where keyword browsing comes in handy.

To set it up, simply right-click the search-box you want to create a keyword for, then select Add a keyword for this search like so:

Then enter the information and the keyword you want like so:

To use it, simply go to the address bar, and write out what you want to search for after the keyword, much like this:

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