The Ctrl+Enter shortcut is probably one of the most useful keyboard combinations for your daily browsing, as it automatically adds the necessary http:// prefix and .com suffix to open any website.
But what if you visit other domains more often than the .com itself, As well as above i told? Use URL Suffix and you’ll be able to customize this shortcut, as well as the Shift+Enter for .net addresses and the Shift+Ctrl+Enter for .org ones.
You can change the prefixes and suffixes which are used to complete a URL on the location bar when using the Control+Enter, Shift+Enter or Alt+Enter key combination.
Basically I’m very lazy boy. 😉 bcoz it’s lazy to type thasulinux”.wordpress.com”. 😛 So, today i searched in google. Finally i got this solution from the Firefox Web Browser. It will provide this Add-on called as “URL Suffix”.when you add it in your browser, you no need to type some long extensions in the URL. 😉
To install it in your browser:
Thats all friends. 🙂 😉
You want to do more customise in the firefox, Type in the url bar, “about:config”
haiya… jolly jolly… Here after, i no need to type “thasulinux.wordpress.com”
I’ll type just, “thasulinux” and press “Alt+Enter”. That’s all.😀