Smart keywords are an easy way to search specific websites directly from the Firefox Location bar. Instead of going to the targeted website, finding the search function, and executing the search, you can search the website using Firefox, while you are at any website.
Sounds good. Directions are:
To create a smart keyword:
- Visit the page on the target website that has the search field that you would normally use to search the site.
- Right-click on the search field. Select Add a Keyword for this Search....
What does these directions mean?
What or where is the search field?
It used to be like this:
I'm can adapt. Or, maybe not. Can't figure out this new way. My system:
thufir@dur:~$ thufir@dur:~$ firefox -v Mozilla Firefox 64.0 thufir@dur:~$ thufir@dur:~$ lsb_release -irc Distributor ID: Ubuntu Release: 18.10 Codename: cosmic thufir@dur:~$
I'm not seeing the option for http://www.onelook.com/
Must be my system or the way I'm using it.