Browse the web with your keyboard
WebMotion lets you navigate the web by using your keyboard. It highlights one letter inside every link and allows you to follow a link by pressing its highlighted letter on your keyboard. Pressing a key twice opens up a link in a new tab. You can use the letters H, J, K and L to easily navigate inside websites and across tabs. H and L switch between tabs, and J and K scroll inside a website. SHIFT + J or K scroll extra fast. (the arrow keys work for this as well, but you must press SHIFT to use them) Some more shortcuts: B = Go back X = Close tab ALT key = Show alternate set of links in case there were not enough letters to cover all links You can turn WebMotion on / off or disable it for certain websites by clicking the WebMotion icon in your browser. You can still use the WebMotion shortcuts (H, J, K, L, B and X) on disabled sites by holding down the CTRL and ALT keys. More information at: http://www.webmotion.info Created by Erik Linde (https://www.twitter.com/eriklinde)
- (2014-07-03) Andrew Paulus: Useful and simple to use.
- (2014-06-29) Semyon K: Great idea! Will use it!
- (2014-06-19) Carlos de la Lama-Noriega: Really simple idea but so useful!
- (2014-06-19) Martin Persson: kickass!
- (2020-01-10, v:0.3) Natalie Reed: Suggestion For Feature
Hello I like this , it is very interesting, I have an idea.. Is it possible to set the tool to not affect text entry areas that have focus? As is, when I am inside a text box on a system sometimes it will fire an event. Thank you.