Marrathon.com - Dave Marra's Web Site!

Marrathon.com - Dave Marra's Web Site!

Marrathon.com - Dave Marra's Web Site!

Marrathon.com - Dave Marra's Web Site!

Resize a picture in picture video in Safari

In Safari, when watching a video using Picture in Picture, drag the edge or corner of the window to make it bigger or smaller.

Open a webpage in its own tab or window from History in Safari

When viewing your history in Safari, to open a webpage in its own tab or window, Control-click it, then choose an option.

Ask websites not to track you in Safari

In Safari, to ask websites not to track you, choose Safari>Preferences, click Privacy, then select “Ask websites not to track me”.

Add a site to your Favorites from Top Sites in Safari

In Top Sites in Safari, to add a site to your Favorites, Control-click it then choose "Add to Favorites" from the pop-up menu.

Use a Private Browsing window in Safari from the Dock

In Safari, to use a Private Browsing window from the Dock, click and hold Safari icon in the Dock, then do New Private Window.

See which websites are playing audio in Safari

In Safari, to see which websites are playing audio, click and hold the Audio button in the Smart Search field.

Share a page via Mail from Safari

In Safari, to share a page via Mail, click the Share button in the toolbar, or choose File> Share, then choose Email This Page.

Clear recent searches in Safari

In Safari, to clear recent searches, delete all text in the search field, then click the magnifying glass and choose Clear Recent Searches.

Search your browsing history in Safari

In Safari, to search your browsing history to quickly find webpages you visited, choose History> Show All History, then type in the Search field in the upper right corner.

Send text from a Safari webpage to Notes

In Safari, to send text from a webpage to Notes, select the text, then Control-click the selected text and chose Share> Notes from the pop-up menu.

Show the Develop menu in Safari

In Safari, to show the Develop menu (useful for web developers), choose Safari> Preferences, then click Advanced and select “Show Develop menu in menu bar".

View YouTube videos picture-in-picture in Safari

In Safari, to view YouTube videos picture-in-picture, press and hold Control, click the video, click it again, then choose "Enter Picture-in-Picture" from the pop-up menu.

Reopen a recently closed page in Safari

In Safari, to reopen a recently closed page, choose History>Recently Closed, then choose the webpage you want to reopen.

Use Command-1 through Command-9 to switch tabs in Safari

In Safari, to use Command-1 through Command-9 to switch tabs, choose Safari> Preferences, click Tabs, then select the checkbox.

Set your homepage in Safari

In Safari, to set your homepage, choose Safari> Preferences, then click General, then enter a webpage address in the Homepage field.

Hide your Favorites in the Smart Search field in Safari

In Safari, to hide your Favorites in the Smart Search field, choose Safari> Preferences, then click Search and deselect Show Favorites.

Make text on a website larger in Safari

In Safari, to make the text on a website larger, but not the images, press Option, then choose View> Make Text Bigger.

Play a web video with Picture in Picture in Safari

In Safari, to play a compatible web video with Picture in Picture, click Play, then click the Picture in Picture icon in the movie's control bar.

View your Favorites from the Smart Search field in Safari

In Safari, to view your Favorites from the Smart Search field, click in the Smart Search field to see your favorite websites, then click the icon of the website you want to visit.

Remove a favorite website in Safari

In Safari, to remove a favorite website, drag the favorite away from the Favorites page or Favorites bar.

Close all tabs except for the current one in Safari

In Safari, to close all tabs except for the current one, hold Option, then choose File> Close Other Tabs, or press Option-Command-W.

Clear your browsing history in Safari

In Safari, to clear your browsing history, choose Safari> Clear History, then click the pop-up menu and choose an option.

Search for a bookmark in the bookmarks sidebar in Safari

In Safari, to search for a bookmark in the bookmarks sidebar, scroll up to reveal the search field, then enter the text to search.

Bring the next tab to the front in Safari

In Safari, press Shift-Command-Right Bracket to bring the next tab to the front.

Remove a page from your Reading List in Safari

In Safari on a Mac with a Multi-Touch trackpad, to remove a page from your Reading List, swipe left over the page summary, then click Remove.

Go back to the last search you performed in Safari

In Safari, to go back to the last search you performed in the current window or tab, choose History> Search Results SnapBack, or press Option-Command-S.

Copy the website URL, user name, or password for a site in Safari

In Safari, to copy the website URL, the user name, or password you previously used on a site, choose Safari> Preferences> Passwords, then Control-click an entry and choose an option.

Clear history and keep website data in Safari

In Safari, to clear browsing history, but keep cookies and other website data, hold Option, then choose Safari> Clear History and Keep Website Data.

Mute audio in any tab in Safari

In Safari, to mute audio in any tab, click the Audio (speaker) button on the right side of its tab in the tab bar.

Change the font in Reader in Safari

In Safari, in Reader, to change the font, click the letter button (aA) at the right end of the Smart Search field, then select a font.

Search your browsing history in Safari

In Safari, to search your browsing history, choose History> Show History, then type in the Search field at the bottom of the window.

Open a bookmarks folder in tabs in Safari

To open a bookmarks folder in tabs from the bookmarks sidebar in Safari, Control-click the folder then choose "Open in New Tabs" from the pop-up menu.

Quickly go to your homepage in Safari

In Safari, press Shift-Command-H to quickly go to your homepage.

Create a new folder containing selected bookmarks in Safari

When editing bookmarks in Safari, Option-click the New Folder button at the bottom of the window to create a new folder containing the selected bookmarks.

Show frequently visited sites in Favorites in Safari

In Safari, to show frequently visited sites in Favorites, choose Bookmarks> Show Frequently Visited in Favorites.

Unpin a pinned tab in Safari

In Safari, to unpin a pinned tab, drag the pinned tab to the right side of the tab bar, or choose Window>Unpin Tab.

Show the sidebar in full-screen view in Safari

In full-screen view in Safari, move the pointer to the left edge of your screen to auto-show the sidebar.

Always show or hide the toolbar in full screen in Safari

In Safari, to always show or hide the toolbar while in full-screen view, choose View> Always Show Toolbar in Full Screen.

Reorder Pinned Sites in Safari

In Safari, to reorder Pinned Sites, drag a Pinned Site before or after another Pinned Site in the tab bar.

Play Safari web videos on your HDTV

In Safari, to play web videos on your HDTV using Apple TV and AirPlay, click the AirPlay icon in the video's control bar, then select your Apple TV.

Mute audio in the tab you are viewing in Safari

In Safari, to mute audio in the tab you are viewing, click the Audio (speaker) button in the Smart Search field.

Open a page in a new tab or window from Top Sites in Safari

In Safari, in Top Sites, press Command when clicking a page to open that page in a new tab (or a new window).

Hide frequently visited sites in Favorites in Safari

In Safari, to hide frequently visited sites in Favorites if they are showing, choose Bookmarks> Show Frequently Visited in Favorites.

Bring the previous tab to the front in Safari

In Safari, press Shift-Command-Left Bracket to bring the previous tab to the front.

Pin a website in Safari

When using tabs in Safari, to pin a website, drag the tab with the website you want to pin to the left side of the tab bar.

Asked to select a location every time you download a file in Safari

In Safari, to be asked to select a location every time you download a file, choose Safari> Preferences, then click General and select "File download location: Ask for each download"

Quickly scroll to the bottom of a page in Safari

In Safari, press Command–Down Arrow to quickly scroll to the bottom-left corner of a page.

Change the theme in Reader in Safari

In Safari, in Reader, to change the theme, click the letter button (aA) at the right end of the Smart Search field, then select a theme.

Remove an individual webpage from your history in Safari

In Safari, to remove an individual webpage from your browsing history, choose History> Show History, select the item to remove, then press Delete.

Always use Private Browsing in Safari

In Safari, to always use Private Browsing when opening Safari, choose Safari> Preferences, then click General and select "Safari opens with: A new private window".

Show the bookmarks sidebar in Safari

In Safari, to show the bookmarks sidebar, choose View> Show Bookmarks Sidebar, or press Control-Command-1.

Change where downloads are saved in Safari

In Safari, to change where downloads are saved, choose Safari> Preferences, click General, then click the "Save downloaded files to" pop-up menu and choose a location.

Repeat a search in Safari

To repeat a search in Safari, delete all text in the search field, then click the magnifying glass and select a recent search from the list.

Mark a webpage saved in Reading List in Safari as read

In Safari, to mark an unread webpage saved in your Reading List as read, Control-click it in the list, then choose Mark as Read from the pop-up menu.

Rearrange items in Top Sites in Safari

In Safari, to rearrange items in Top Sites, drag a website's thumbnail to a different location.

Choose when to remove items from History in Safari

In Safari, to choose when to remove items from History, choose Safari> Preferences, then click General and select an option for "Remove history items".

Export an image from Safari directly into Photos

In Safari, to export an image from a webpage directly into Photos, Control-click the image, then choose "Add Image to Photos" from the pop-up menu.

Reload a tab in Safari

In Safari, to reload a tab, Control-click the tab in the tab bar, then select "Reload Tab" from the pop-up menu.

Determine whether a website is encrypted in Safari

In Safari, to determine whether a website is encrypted, look for an encryption icon (padlock) in the address and search field.

Show the Reading List sidebar in Safari

In Safari, to show the Reading List sidebar, choose View> Show Reading List Sidebar, or press Control-Command-2.

Quickly preview a link in Safari

In Safari in OS X v10.10.3 on a Mac with a Multi-Touch trackpad, tap any link using three fingers to quickly preview the link.

Zoom into a PDF in Safari

When viewing a PDF in Safari, to zoom into the document, move the pointer to the bottom-center of the page, then click the "Zoom in" (+) button.

Jump to the next Reading List article in Safari

In Safari on a Mac with a Multi-Touch trackpad, when scrolling through an article in Reading List, keep scrolling to automatically jump to the next article.

Quickly scroll to the top of a page in Safari

In Safari, press Command–Up Arrow to quickly scroll to the top-left corner of a page.

Restore the current webpage address when typing in Safari

In Safari, when typing in the address and search field, to restore the current webpage address, press the Escape key.

Rearrange items in Favorites in Safari

In Safari, to rearrange items in Favorites, drag a website's icon to a different location.

Clear history and website data in Safari

In Safari, to remove history, cookies, and other website data, choose Safari> Clear History and Website Data, then choose an option.

View or edit user names and passwords Safari saved for websites

In Safari, to view or edit user names and passwords Safari saved for websites, choose Safari> Preferences, then click Passwords.

See all the tabs in the tab bar in Safari

In Safari, if you have too many tabs open to fit in the tab bar, swipe left or right over the tab bar to see the other tabs.

Use Private Browsing windows in Safari

In Safari, to use Private Browsing windows, choose File> New Private Window, or switch to a Safari window that's already using Private Browsing.

Show full website addresses in Safari

In Safari, to show full website addresses in the address field, choose Safari> Preferences, then click Advanced and select "Show full website address".

Delete bookmarks from the Bookmarks sidebar in Safari

In Safari, to delete bookmarks from the Bookmarks sidebar, Command-click one or more bookmarks to select them, then press Delete.

Remove all articles from your Reading List in Safari

In Safari, to remove all articles from your Reading List, Control-click inside the Reading List sidebar, then choose "Clear All Items" from the pop-up menu.

Use the One-Step Add button in Safari

In Safari, press and hold the One-Step Add (+) button next to the address and search field of a Safari window to choose where to add a webpage.

Show the full name of a tab in Safari

In Safari, to show the full name of a tab without opening it, hold your pointer over the tab in the tab bar until its name appears.

Show the status bar in Safari

In Safari, to show the status bar at the bottom of the Safari window, choose View> Show Status Bar, or press Command-/.

Rearrange bookmarks in Safari

In Safari, to rearrange bookmarks, choose Bookmarks> Edit Bookmarks, then drag a bookmark or bookmark folder up or down.

Save an image from a webpage in Safari

In Safari, to save an image from a webpage, click and drag the image from the webpage into a document or onto your desktop.

Zoom out in Safari

In Safari on a Mac with a Multi-Touch trackpad, pinch in to zoom out.

Turn off Private Browsing in Safari

In Safari, to turn off Private Browsing if it is on, choose Safari> Private Browsing, or click the Private button in the address and search field.

Clear all items from your browsing history in Safari

In Safari, to clear all items from your browsing history, any caches, and the list of recent searches, choose History> Clear History, then click Clear.

Hide the Reading List sidebar in Safari

In Safari, to hide the Reading List sidebar if it is showing, choose View> Hide Reading List Sidebar, or press Control-Command-2.

Choose what displays when you open a new window in Safari

In Safari, to choose what displays when you open a new Safari window, choose Safari> Preferences> General then select an option from the "New windows open with" pop-up menu.

Open an image in its own window in Safari

In Safari, to open an image in its own window, Control-click the image, then choose "Open Image in New Window" from the pop-up menu.

Hide the Find Banner in Safari

In Safari, if the Find Banner is showing, to hide it, choose Edit> Find> Hide Finder Banner, or press Shift-Command-F.

Hide the bookmarks sidebar in Safari

In Safari, to hide the bookmarks sidebar, choose View> Hide Bookmarks Sidebar, or press Control-Command-1.

Open a page in a new tab in Safari

In Safari, after typing in the address and search field, press Command–Return to open a page in a new tab.

Edit a bookmark address in the Favorites bar in Safari

In Safari, to edit a bookmark address in the Favorites bar, Control-click the bookmark, then choose "Edit Address" from the pop-up menu.

Change the number of websites shown in Top Sites in Safari

To change the number of websites shown in Top Sites in Safari, choose Safari> Preferences, click General, then choose from the "Top Sites shows" pop-up menu.

Copy an image from a web page in Safari

In Safari, to copy an image from a web page, Control-click the image and choose "Copy Image" from the pop-up menu.

Show all tabs in Safari

In Safari, to show all tabs, choose View> Show All Tabs, or press Command-Shift-\.

Open all of the bookmarks in your Bookmarks Bar as tabs in Safari

In Safari, to open all of the bookmarks in your Bookmarks Bar as tabs, choose Bookmarks> Bookmarks Bar> Open in Tabs.

Customize the toolbar in Safari

In Safari, to customize the toolbar, choose View> Customize Toolbar, then drag buttons into or out of the toolbar.

Show or hide your Reading List in Safari

In Safari, to show or hide your Reading List, press Shift-Command-L.

Remove an article from your Reading List in Safari

In Safari, to remove an article from your Reading List, move the pointer over the article, then click the Remove (x) button.

View your Top Sites page in Safari

In Safari, to quickly view your Top Sites page, press Option-Command-1.

Edit a folder's name in the bookmarks bar in Safari

In Safari, to edit a folder's name in the bookmarks bar, Control-click the folder, then choose "Rename Folder" from the pop-up menu.

Copy the location of an image in Safari

In Safari, to copy the location of an image from a webpage, Control-click the image and choose "Copy Image Address" from the pop-up menu.

Reload a page in Safari

To reload a page in Safari, press Command-R, or choose View> Reload Page.

Open a tab in a new window in Safari

In Safari, to open a tab in a new, separate window, drag it to the desktop, or choose Window> Move Tab to New Window.

Combine several open windows in Safari

In Safari, to combine several open Safari windows into a single window with multiple tabs, choose Window> Merge All Windows.

See a list of recent pages by name in Safari

In Safari, to see a list of recent pages by name, hold down the Back or Forward button until the list appears.

Download a PDF in Safari

When viewing a PDF in Safari, to download it, move the pointer to the bottom-center of the page, then click the "Save PDF to download folder" button.

Open a PDF from Safari in Preview

When viewing a PDF in Safari, to open it in Preview, move the pointer to the bottom-center of the page, then click the "Open PDF in Preview" button.

Bring the next tab to the front in Safari

When browsing with tabs in Safari, press Control-Tab to bring the next tab to the front.

Rearrange tabs in Safari

In Safari, to rearrange tabs, place the pointer over a tab and drag it left or right in the tab bar.

Hide the status bar in Safari

In Safari, to hide the status bar at the bottom of the Safari window if it is showing, choose View> Hide Status bar, or press Command-/.

Open all browser windows from the last session in Safari

In Safari, to always open all browser windows from the last session when opening Safari, choose Safari> Preferences> General> Safari opens with: All windows from last session.

Copy the web address for a link on a webpage in Safari

In Safari, to copy the web address for a link on a webpage, Control-click the link, then choose "Copy Link" from the pop-up menu.

Exit out of Reader in Safari

In Safari, when viewing an article with Reader, click the Reader button again to return to the normal webpage view, or press Escape.

Email a link to a page in Safari

In Safari, to email a link to a page, instead of the entire page itself, press Shift and choose File> Share> Email Link to this Page, or press Shift-Command-I.

Scroll down in larger increments in Safari

In Safari, when using arrow keys to scroll through a web page, press Option-Down Arrow to down scroll in larger increments.

Mark a webpage saved in Reading List in Safari as unread

In Safari, to mark a previously-read webpage saved in your Reading List as unread, Control-click it in the list, then choose Mark as Unread from the pop-up menu.

See a list of recent pages by their web address in Safari

In Safari, to see a list of recent pages by their web address (URL), press the Option key and hold down the Back or Forward button until the list appears.

Save an image to your Downloads folder in Safari

In Safari, to save an image to your Downloads folder, Control-click the image, then choose "Save Image to Downloads" from the pop-up menu.

Zoom in Safari

In Safari, press Command-Plus (+) to zoom in.

Rename a bookmark in your bookmarks bar in Safari

In Safari, to rename a bookmark in your bookmarks bar, click and hold the bookmark, then enter a new name and press Return.

Close all tabs except for one in Safari

In Safari, to close all tabs except for one, Option-click the close button (X) on the tab that you want to leave open.

Block pop-up windows in Safari

In Safari, to block pop-up windows, choose Safari> Preferences, then click Security and select "Block pop-up windows".

Quickly select the search field in Safari

In Safari, press Command-Option-F to quickly select the search field.

Show all tabs in Safari

When browsing with tabs in Safari on a Mac with a Multi-Touch trackpad, pinch in using two fingers to show all tabs.

Quickly add a bookmark to your bookmarks bar in Safari

In Safari, to quickly add a bookmark to your bookmarks bar, drag a webpage’s icon from the address field down into the bookmarks bar.

Change the type size of an article in Reader in Safari

In Safari, when viewing an article with Reader, to change the type size, move your pointer towards the bottom-center of the page, then click "Zoom in" (+) or "Zoom out" (-).

Edit the address of a bookmark in your bookmarks bar in Safari

In Safari, to edit the URL address of a bookmark in your bookmarks bar, Control-click it and choose "Edit Address" from the pop-up menu.

Go to the next Reading List item in Safari

In Safari, when the Reading List sidebar is open, press Option-Command-Down Arrow to go its next item.

Quickly add a link to your Reading List in Safari

In Safari, to quickly add a link to your Reading List, Shift-click the link to the article you want to add.

Bring the previous tab to the front in Safari

When browsing with tabs in Safari, press Shift-Control-Tab to bring the previous tab to the front.

Specify that a page be kept in Top Sites in Safari

In Top Sites in Safari, to specify that a page be kept and never replaced, click the pin icon in the page's upper-left corner.

Open a page in a new tab and bring it to the front in Safari

In Safari, to open a page in a new tab, and bring the tab to the front, press Command-Shift while you click a link or bookmark.

Scroll down a screen in Safari

In Safari, press the Space bar to scroll down a screen.

Open bookmarked websites in new windows or tabs in Safari

In Safari, press Command while selecting a website in your Bookmarks menu to open the website in a new window or tab.

Reopen the last closed window in Safari

In Safari, if you inadvertently close a browser window, to reopen it, choose History> Reopen Last Closed Window.

Zoom text only on a webpage in Safari

When zooming in or out of a webpage in Safari, to zoom the text only and not the images, choose View> Zoom Text Only.

Use an image on a webpage in Safari as your desktop picture

In Safari, to use an image on a webpage as your Mac's desktop picture, Control-click the image and choose "Use Image as Desktop Picture" from the pop-up menu.

Reopen a closed tab in Safari

When browsing with tabs in Safari, if you accidentally close a tab, choose Edit> Undo Close Tab to reopen it.

Add tabs to your Reading List in Safari

In Safari, when browsing with tabs, to add all tabs in the selected window to your Reading List, choose Bookmarks> "Add These Tabs to Reading List".

Choose a different search engine in Safari

In Safari, to choose a different search engine, click the magnifying glass in the search field, and then choose the search engine you want from the list.

Edit the name of a bookmark in your bookmarks bar in Safari

In Safari, to edit the name of a bookmark in your bookmarks bar, Control-click it and choose "Edit Name" from the pop-up menu.

Go to the previous Reading List item in Safari

In Safari, when the Reading List sidebar is open, press Option-Command-Up Arrow to go its previous item.

Quickly add a link to your Reading List in Safari

When viewing a web page in Safari 5.1 or newer, press Command-Shift-D to quickly add a link for that page to your Reading List.

Move through your browsing history in Safari

In Safari on a Mac with a Multi-Touch trackpad, swipe left or right with two fingers to move through your browsing history one page at a time.

Show RSS feeds for a webpage in Safari

In Safari 5, on webpages containing both articles and RSS feeds, press and hold the Reader button in the Safari address field to show the Show RSS pop-up menu.

Perform a find on the current web page in Safari

In Safari, press Command-F to perform a find on the current web page.

Download files to a specific location in Safari

In Safari, to download files to a location other than your Downloads folder, Control-click a download link and select "Download Linked File As...".

Open History menu webpages in new windows or tabs in Safari

In Safari, press Command while selecting a website in your History menu to open the website in a new window or tab.

Specify that a page should never be included in Top Sites in Safari

In Top Sites in Safari, click the Edit button, then click the X in the upper-left corner of a page to never have that page appear again in Top Sites.

Go backwards and forwards through history in Safari

In Safari on a Mac with a Multi-Touch trackpad, do a 3-finger swipe across a page to go backwards and forwards through that page's history.

Quickly turn on Private Browsing in Safari

To skip the confirmation message when turning on Private Browsing in Safari, hold the Option key and choose Safari> Private Browsing.

Change your default search engine in Safari 5

In Safari, to change your default search engine from Google to Bing or Yahoo, choose Safari> Preferences> General> Default search engine.

Scroll up in larger increments in Safari

In Safari, when using arrow keys to scroll through a web page, press Option-Up Arrow to up scroll in larger increments.

Stop a URL from auto-completing when typed in Safari

In Safari 5, to stop a specific URL from auto-completing when typed in the address bar, choose History> Show All History, then search for the URL and delete it.

Confirm before closing multiple tabs or windows in Safari

In Safari, to be warned before closing multiple tabs or windows, choose Safari> Preferences> Tabs and select "Confirm before closing multiple tabs or windows".

Download a file linked on a web page directly from Safari

In Safari, press Option when clicking a link to a file (a URL ending in .pdf, .mov, etc.) to download the file directly, instead of viewing it in a web page.

Reload all tabs in Safari

When using tabs in Safari, to reload all pages at once, press and hold Control then click any tab and choose "Reload All Tabs" from the pop-up menu.

Email an article from Reader in Safari 5

When viewing an article in Safari 5 with Reader, move the pointer to bottom-center of the page and click the mail button to email the article via Mail.

Zoom in Safari

In Safari on a Mac with a Multi-Touch trackpad, pinch out to zoom in.

Always enlarge small fonts on web pages in Safari

In Safari, to always enlarge small fonts on webpages, choose Safari> Preferences> Advanced> Universal Access> Never use font sizes smaller than [font size].

Always open new windows in tabs in Safari

In Safari, to always open new windows in tabs instead of separate windows, choose Safari> Preferences> Tabs> Open pages in tabs instead of windows: Always.

Turn on Private Browsing in Safari

In Safari, to turn on Private Browsing, choose Safari> Private Browsing.

Add a link on a web page in Safari to your bookmarks

To automatically add a link on a web page in Safari to your bookmarks, Control-click the link and choose "Add Link to Bookmarks" from the pop-up menu.

Quickly find pages with new content in Top Sites in Safari

When viewing Top Sites in Safari, to see what pages have new content since your last visit, look for a star in the upper right corner of the page thumbnail.

Load sites from the bookmarks bar in Safari using the keyboard

In Safari, press Command-1 through Command-9 to load the first nine bookmarked sites located in the bookmarks bar.

Reopen all windows in Safari

In Safari, to reopen all windows from the last time you used it (even after a crash or restart) choose History> Reopen All Windows.

Do a Google search from text highlighted in Safari

In Safari, highlight a word or phrase then press Command+Shift+L to do a search for the highlighted text in Google.

Quickly show previously-visited web sites in Safari

In Safari, press and hold the Back button to pop up a list of previous web sites visited in that browser window's history.

Copy the URL for an item downloaded in Safari

In Safari, Control-click an item in your Downloads window and choose "Copy Address", to copy the exact URL from where it was originally downloaded.

Quickly add a URL to the bookmarks menu in Safari

In Safari, hold Shift when doing Bookmarks> Add Bookmark to add the webpage to the bookmarks menu, instead of to the bookmarks bar.

Update preview images in Top Sites in Safari

When viewing Top Sites in Safari, to update the page thumbnails choose View> Update Preview Images.

Quickly locate an item downloaded in Safari

In the Downloads window of Safari, click on the magnifying glass to the right of a completed download to go to that item in the Finder.

Open all links in a bookmarks bar folder in Safari

In Safari, Command-click a folder in your bookmarks bar to open all of its bookmarks, simultaneously, as individual tabs.

Zoom out of a PDF in Safari

When viewing a PDF in Safari, to zoom out of the document, move the pointer to the bottom-center of the page, then click the "Zoom out" (-) button.

Change the number of Top Sites shown in Safari

When viewing Top Sites in Safari, click the Edit button in the bottom left corner, then click Small, Medium or Large to change the number of thumbnails shown.

Zoom out in Safari

In Safari, press Command-Minus (-) to zoom out.

Easily navigate back through a web site's URL in Safari

In Safari, Command-click on a window's title bar to pop up the hierarchical pathway back through the entire URL address for that page.

Scroll up a screen in Safari

In Safari, press Shift-Space bar to scroll up a screen.

Export an image from Safari directly into iPhoto

In Safari, to export an image from a webpage directly into iPhoto, Control-click the image, then choose "Add Image to iPhoto" from the pop-up menu.

Quickly create a new tab in Safari

When loading web pages using tabs in Safari, to quickly create a new tab, simply double-click in any empty region of the Safari Tab Bar.

Send a Safari web page as a Mail message

To send the entire layout of a Safari web page (including all images, links, etc.) as a message in Mail, choose File> Mail Contents of This Page, in Safari.

Quickly find word definitions in Safari

In Safari, to quickly find the definition of a word, hover over the word and press Control-Command-D to pop up its definition.

Quickly save receipts from online purchases as PDF files

When printing a web receipt from Safari, click PDF>Save PDF to Web Receipts Folder, to save it into that folder in your Documents folder.