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Mozilla Keywords are a great way to add little shortcuts to your web browser. Basically you assign a keyword to a bookmark and then typing that keyword in the location bar jumps to the bookmark. Here's one I just figured out that I use a lot. After you set this up, just type ''dict someword'' in google and you will go right to the dict.org definition for the word. * Add a new bookmark under Bookmarks->Manage Bookmarks. * Give it the name ''dict.org search''. * Use the following location: <code>http://www.dict.org/bin/Dict?Form=Dict1&Database=*&Strategy=*&Query=%s</code> * Pick a short keyword (I suggest ''dict''). * Then save the new bookmark! This trick works for any site where you can substitutes the %s into a URL to retrieve some sort of info. ----- CategoryGeekStuff CategoryBlog
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