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What is numberedlinks?
Numberedlinks allows web navigation via unique numbers next to links, buttons, and other elements. This makes it possible to browse the web without a mouse, especially together with mozless or other keybinding extensions.
numberedlinks 0.9 [May 15 2006]
- Frame target and event handler support
- DHTML page support
- Per-tab enable
- Supports Firefox 1.0.3 - 1.5.0.*
- Full frames support
- Work for all relevant HTML elements
- Number links while page loads
How does it work?
Each page element has a number at the front. Simply type the desired number and press:
- Open link in current tab
- Focus on button, text box, or other form element
- Open link in new tab
- Focus on element without activating it
To toggle numbered links in the current tab, press Alt+L.
To globally disable numbered links, go to "Tools | Extensions | Numbered Links | Disable" and restart Firefox.
Numberedlinks was originally developed by Shawn Betts, who now works on conkeror, a keyboard-driven browser with built in numbered links functionality.
The lynx family of web browsers has a numbered links feature.
The following Firefox extensions provide alternatives to numberedlinks. Please post a bug report or features request to the mailing list before switching, so that numberedlinks can be improved.