There are two ways to find information in Firefox: the search bar and the find bar. The search bar looks for pages while the find bar looks for things on the current page.
Firefox has a search bar that can access different engines, like Google,
Yahoo, or Amazon. For example, if you want to find information about
openSUSE using the current engine, click in the search bar, type
openSUSE, and hit Enter. The results
appear in your window. To choose your search engine, click the icon to the
left of the search bar. A menu opens with a list of available search
If you favorite search engine is not listed, Firefox gives you the possibility to configure it. Try the following steps:
Establish an Internet connection first.
Click the icon to the left of the search bar.
Selectfrom the menu.
Firefox displays a Web page with available search engines. You can choose from Wikipedia, IMDB, Flickr, and others. Click the desired search plug-in.
Install your search plug-in withor abort with .
To search inside a Web page, click Ctrl-F. The find bar opens. Usually, it is displayed at the bottom of a window. Type your query in the input field. Firefox finds the first occurrence of this phrase. You can find other occurrences of the phrase by pressing F3 or button in the find bar. You can also highlight all occurrences by pressing the button. Checking the option makes the query case sensitive.+ or press