URL Suffix

URL Suffix 0.3.3

Customize keyboard shortcuts to complete the URL in Firefox

The Ctrl+Enter shortcut is probably one of the most useful keyboard combinations for your daily browsing, as it automatically adds the necessary http:// prefix and . View full description

PROS

  • An easy way to configure Firefox URL autocompletion

CONS

  • It's a bit hidden

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The Ctrl+Enter shortcut is probably one of the most useful keyboard combinations for your daily browsing, as it automatically adds the necessary http:// prefix and .

com suffix to open any website.

But what if you visit other domains more often than the . com itself? Use URL Suffix and you'll be able to customize this shortcut, as well as the Shift+Enter for .

net addresses and the Shift+Ctrl+Enter for . org ones. Simply double click on the combination you want to edit and enter the prefix and suffix you'd like to be added every time you press that shortcut.

Certainly a very easy-to-use, handy extension! Pity it's not that easy to open (you'll need to go to the Tools > Add-ons menu and then click on the "Options" button in URL Suffix).

URL Suffix is a Firefox add-on that you can use to change the sets of prefix and suffix used to complete the URL on the location bar with Ctrl / Shift + Enter.

With this extension you can configure the Ctrl+Enter, Shift+Enter and Ctrl+Shift-Enter to complete the domains you use more often on your web browser.

URL Suffix

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URL Suffix 0.3.3