3.6 Navigating in Firefox

Navigating in Firefox is similar to navigating in Chrome. Basically when you type a search term into the address bar Firefox will treat the procedure as if you had typed it into the default search engine set up in your browser.

Firefox is represented by the following icon:

When you open the browser, you will see the menu button is on the top right:

This is different than Chrome, which has the three dot button on the top right.

Firefox has many of the same tools and features as Chrome. From the menu you can print, open new tabs or browser windows and access the Developer tools.

Hotkeys such as Cntrl-P for print work in Firefox as well.

Firefox was developed by Mozilla. For more information on navigating around Firefox, visit the Mozilla help page on Getting started with Firefox here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/get-started-firefox-overview-main-features

Also visit the Basic Browsing help page here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/products/firefox/basic-browsing-firefox/tips