While you’re spending time browsing the web on your mobile devices, chances are you’re probably using a laptop or desktop computer for your work projects. Over the years, you’ve probably developed your own set of keyboard shortcuts to quickly navigate browser windows and tabs. Wouldn’t it be nice to know more shortcuts to streamline your work? How about if you knew a shortcut to restore the last browser tab you closed?Or how about stopping a distracting animated GIF?This infographic from Visualistan offers nine shortcuts to save you time and effort as you browse the web. Most are common keyboard shortcuts you’ll be able to use across all browsers, but some may only work on Chrome. I knew the shortcut for switching between applications, but was glad to discover there’s a similar shortcut for switching between browser tabs. The entire text of the infographic is available. Source: VisualistanSave Time With These 9 Browser ShortcutsA shortcut to any website.Whatever you type into the URL bar can be surrounded by www. and .com by pressing CTRL + Enter on Windows.A shortcut to highlighting a URL. CTRL + L on Windows (Command + L on Mac) will highlight the address bar in Chrome, Opera, and Firefox.How to do a reverse image search.Press and hold “S” and right click an image to do reverse image search in Chrome.How to restore a closed tab in a browser.Pressing CTRL + Shift + T on Windows (Command + Shift + T on Mac) opens up the last tab you mistakenly closed. This is a godsend.How to switch between open windows.Using ALT + Tab key on Windows (Command + Tab on Mac) lets you switch between open applications easily.How to stop a distracting GIF.On most occasions, pressing ESC will halt animated GIFs that are distracting.Open an incognito window quickly.You might be aware of the incognito window option, but it can be tedious to go through the options to enable it. Instead CTRL + Shift + N opens up an incognito-mode window on the Chrome browser quickly.Clear cache with ease.Press CTRL + Shift + R on Windows (Command + Shift + R on Mac) and then refresh the page. All cache will be cleared.Do you use any of the nine shortcuts in your work? I’d love to hear what other browser shortcuts you like to use. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedQuick Tips and Shortcuts for Working on Your ChromebookIf you’re the owner of a new Chromebook, congrats! I’ve had a Chromebook for over a year and I love it. It’s my go-to device for conferences and when I’m traveling. Using my Chromebook is so much easier and convenient than lugging around my laptop. I have to admit, it…In “Technology”3 Technology Tips to Help You Work More EfficientlyWhen you use a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, you become accustomed to the shortcuts and quick ways to do things. Whether you’re opening a new browser tab, accessing Google Maps offline, or trying to edit text, we get accustomed over the years to doing things a certain way. And we…In “Technology”10 Things to Know About Chromebook AccessibilityAs Chromebooks become more commonplace, especially in schools where students and teachers use the popular laptop, it’s critical that Chromebooks have tools that make the web accessible to everyone. A number of new accessibility features have been added to the Chromebook with the latest release of Chrome OS, which rolled…In “Accessibility”
Related Posts A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Tags:#NYT#social networks#web Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification LinkedIn has always served a very specific purpose in the business community: helping you find a new job. That utility came in a variety of flavors: posting your resume, offering advice on the perfect resume format, looking through job listings, answering questions in hopes of highlighting your intellect or getting in touch with former co-workers in hopes of landing a new gig. Up to this point, LinkedIn has remained focused but – apart from those invitations to connect – not especially social or dynamic.With the launch of the LinkedIn Applications platform, they’re hoping to change that by helping “over 30 million professionals on LinkedIn to communicate, collaborate, and share information even better than before.” But they still remain focused on one thing: helping you find a new job.The initial applications on the platform allow users to build a more dynamic and cohesive picture of the types of employees they are – or can be:Today’s launch features nine resume-enriching applications:Prove you’re more well-read than any of the other candidates with Reading Lists from Amazon.Share your portfolio pieces with potential employers or store that coveted letter of resignation with the file sharing of Box.net Files.Put that girth of presentation material on your machine to work for you with Google Presentation and SlideShare or use the apps to take a “creative” approach to pitching a new employer.Huddle Workspaces? Online job interviews. ‘Nuff said.Show off your acerbic wit and unique insights with Six Apart Blog Link (which supports a variety of blog formats) or WordPress applications that bring your latest blog posts into your profile.Well traveled individuals – or those who are willing to go where the company tells them to go – are always in demand and with My Travel by Tripit you’ll be able to show the lengths – literally – to which you’re willing to go.LinkedIn even offers their own application – Company Buzz – that will help you determine the most appropriate companies for your to pursue. Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… rick turoczy 1 The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos The Facebook Elephant in the RoomBring up LinkedIn and comparisons to Facebook quickly follow. Now that applications have entered the picture, that comparison becomes even more obvious.So how do the two stack up?ReadWriteWeb wrote about LinkedIn and Facebook nearly two years ago, concluding:“It seems to us that LinkedIn needs to evolve more towards the Facebook model, where people can interact more on the site via profiles. Unlike Facebook, the interactions between individuals on LinkedIn cannot be open to all – but the idea that people interact on the site is important, because this is what keeps them coming back.”Six months ago, we approached the discussion again. At that point, we found LinkedIn gaining traction. “LinkedIn’s value to users is clear; their value as a business, however, is less clear.”Today, LinkedIn continues to grow by providing that selfsame value to its user base. LinkedIn’s new selective application platform – unlike Facebook’s “every application under the sun” strategy – only strengthens that stance.LinkedIn Remains FocusedDon’t mistake where LinkedIn is going with this new feature set.At first blush, LinkedIn may appear to be chasing the “portal play,” especially when you couple it with the recent news of their content partnership with The New York Times or when you take a look at their latest investors.But rest assured, LinkedIn has made a very successful business out of keeping you in contact with your former co-workers and, when the time comes, helping all of you find new gigs.No matter what the economic conditions, people will always be looking for new jobs. If LinkedIn continues to add features and applications that facilitate that inevitable searching and hiring, they’re sure to succeed. And this new application platform appears to be right in line with that focus.
The USS Foundation announced today that its Seventh Annual Charity Golf Tournament broke its own attendance record by securing the maximum number of participants for the event. Organizers of this year’s tournament, which takes place June 23 at the world-famous Trump National Golf Club in Los Angeles, filled all 97 participant slots — a number never before attained by the foundation. The proceeds from the tournament will go to charity programs that benefit disadvantaged children.“It’s always been our goal to completely fill the golf course with retail and loss prevention leaders, and I’m thrilled to say that this year participation is even bigger than what we expected,” said Denise Canfield, executive vice president of USS and secretary of the USS Foundation. “While I want to say this is a big win for the foundation, the real winners are the children and those less-fortunate who will benefit from the foundation’s programs.”Canfield continued, “In addition to the record-high participation and the attention of local media, companies like LP Magazine; Contact, Inc.; LP Jobs; and Stanley Security have really come through for us as the top sponsors this year. Thanks to them, and our other valued sponsors, the USS Foundation is looking forward to expanding the reach of its programs even more.”- Sponsor – The USS Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children in need. It is known for its Adopt-a-Bike program; holiday meals for low-income families; and visits to children recovering from serious illnesses.More information for this year’s charity golf tournament can be obtained from the USS Foundation’s web site: http://www.ussfoundation.org/golf.php Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now
A group of men in California brazenly stole from a Nike store on Monday — simply walking out with shoes and apparel by the box load.The group of at least five men were at the Nike Factory Store at the Mountain Grove Shopping Center in Redlands around 8:30 PM when they took off, police said.The shameless thieves appeared unfazed as they took armfuls of merchandise and walked straight through the front doors as metal detectors sounded alarms. A customer inside the store who filmed the incident told KTLA the group “knew exactly where they were going.” Once they made it out of the store, the group hauled the merchandise into an SUV and fled the scene, according to KABC… Fox News- Sponsor – Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now
Intel at CeBIT – Windows Server 2003: End of SupportThe end of life of Windows Server 2003 presents security and software issues for enterprises that stay on the platform. But there are opportunities for those who adopt the latest hardware and software platforms, including green IT and greater processing power. This video was original published on http://www.computerworlduk.com/sponsored-article/it-business/3608608/intel-at-cebit–windows-server-2003-end-of-support/