Spotted that you can search your open tabs by using the ⌘-Shift- shortcut, then simply typing your search term. As you can see from the screengrab above, this searches not just open tabs on the Mac you are using, but also those open on other devices. There’s also a related shortcut for searching your recent Safari history: ⌘-Shift-/ opens up a search bar. Type your search term then mouseover the dates. Your History tab will open up, and highlight the matching pages. If you have your own tips for lesser-known shortcuts in Safari or other popular apps, do share them in the comments.
The recent iOS 4.2 update for the iPad added a lot (over 100) cool new features to the device. One of those is the ability to search for text within web pages in the Mobile Safari app. In the comments on, Michael asked about how to use this Find in Page feature. Happily, this is another feature where Apple kept things nice and simple. Find in Page has been built right into the standard Google search bar. That’s the search bar that is just to the right of the URL address line at the top of the Safari app.
So when you type in your search word, you get a popover dialog with some Google suggestions – you just need to scroll down on that list and you’ll see the section titled ‘On This Page’, and the number of results in parentheses. Once you tap on ‘Find X’ (your search term), Safari shows the first instance of it on the page you’re on. Chrome browser for mac.
It also shows a thin control bar at the bottom that tells you that it is showing 1 of X (however many results there are) and has a Next button to jump to the next instance of the search term. That’s all there is to this one. A small but very handy new feature for the iPad.
The Smart Search bar is a hybrid of the old address and search bars melded into one universal place to type and go. You can access your default search provider, your browsing history, saved bookmarks, and even specific words on web pages all through the unified Smart Search bar at the top of your Safari browsing window. How to search the web using the Smart Search bar. Tap Advanced back in the Safari Settings window to clear other stored website data. Tap Website Data. Tap Remove All Website Data. Alternatively, you can click the Edit link at the top right.
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