31 Most Frequently Used Safari Keyboard Shortcuts

Safari is the default web browser of Mac OS X, which is fast and concise. As we all know, it will improve our experience browsing the web if we can use as many shortcuts in Safari as we can. Here are 31 most frequently used Safari shortcuts for your reference. We’ve classified them according to their different roles. Hope these shortcuts can be helpful to you!

For reading & viewing web pages

1. Command + Shift + R – Remove style and view in reader
2. Command + Plus – Enlarge text size
3. Command + Minus – Decrease text size
4. Command + 0 – Default text size
5. Command + Escape – Enter or exit the full screen
6. Command + Shift + H – Launch the home page
7. Command + Shift + I – Mail link to current page

For toolbars, reading list and history

1. Command + I – Hide or show toolbar
2. Command + Shift + B – Hide or show bookmarks bar
3. Command + / – Hide or show status bar
4. Command + Shift + T – Hide or show tab bar
5. Command+Option+1 – Show top sites
6. Command+Option+2 – Show history
7. Command + Shift + L – Show reading list
8. Command + Option + L – Show downloads

For finding & navigating found items

1. Command + F – Find text from the page
2. Return – Navigate forward the found items
3. Command + F – Navigate backward to the found items

For navigating web pages & tabs

1. Control + Tab – Switch to the next tab
2. Control + Shift + Tab – Switch to previous tab
3. Spacebar – Scroll by full screen down
4. Shift + Spacebar – Scroll by full screen up
5. Command + L – Move to address bar
6. Command + Click a link – Open a link in new tab
7. Command + Click a link – Add new tab
8. Shift + Click link – Add the link to reading list

For loading pages, caches, source & pop up windows

1. Command + Option + E – Clear your browser cache
2. Command + R – Reload the page
3. Command + – Stop loading the page
4. Command + Option + U – View Page Source
5. Command + Shift + K – Block pop-up window

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