Talk:Using keyword searches

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We should make the article less Mozilla-UI-dependent and get rid of "this also applies...". Just state that Mozilla Suite and Firefox support keyword searches.

Firefox_:_Tips_:_Quick_searches needs to be merged into this.

If someone here knows, could instructions be added as far as how one might mass-import a number of keyword searches, just as into a file? I am using Sogudi which does the equivalent of these keyword searched but for Safari for the Mac, and I have quite a large number of shortcuts and URL's I'd like to import all at once. Thanks... Brettz9 09:02, 25 Mar 2005 (PST)

This is all rather outdated given the Firefox support for Smart Keywords maybe we should merge these two articles into a new article Using Keywords and Smart Keywords, I rekon we can chop most of this stuff given that using Smart Keywords is more intuitive.

Any reason we started using character entities (&#XXX;) heavily? This makes the article unreadable for editors and gains no advantage for the reader, since MozillaZine uses quite a small font.

Also, could we please not use code tag for something that is not code? Use tt instead. --asqueella 02:30, 19 October 2005 (PDT)

The code markup was a mistake; I've fixed that. I've converted the numeric entities to named entities; if you'd like to do away with them altogether you might want to comment in the In-House Style discussion. --Unarmed 07:05, 19 October 2005 (PDT)
I'm okay with dash entity, but not with the apos, lquo, and others. hao2lian is right, this should be solved via a Mediawiki hack. --asqueella 07:48, 21 October 2005 (PDT)

Support for non-UTF8 encoding

Changes from bug 258223 should be documented here. (Specifically the 'mozcharset=xxx' tip.) I don't use this feature so I'm not willing to write documentation myself. --asqueella 20:57, 1 January 2006 (UTC)


There is a small database of intuitive keywords in, and a firefox addon that allows to make use of them.