Internet shortcuts are a really useful feature of Konqueror:
once you get used to them, you'll wonder how you ever lived without them.
To see what internet shortcuts are, open up Konqueror and type
You will go to Google, searching for KDE.
They are many such shortcuts like
I'm feeling lucky),
(bugs.kde.org) and so
To get a full list, click on
Konqueror menu, and select
. Here you will find a full list of all the shortcuts. You can create
new ones, change existing ones, or delete unused shortcuts. You can also
disable web shortcuts if you don't like them. If you set the
, you don't have to type the shortcut anymore. For
instance if you set it to Google, you can just type
and it will search Google for “
you can choose if you want
to separate a shortcut with a colon (
) or a
A nice tip with Internet shortcuts is that you can use them from the
dialog. Just open it (through the
type your shortcut, e.g.
, and press
. It will automatically open Konqueror with a Google
search for KDE.