Automatically Add WWW. and .COM to a Website Address
Because I spend so much time on the internet, I have bookmarked hundreds of websites, maybe thousands. They’re neatly organized into folders by category, some of them 8 folders deep. But, I rarely see anyone else use bookmarks — I know that you’re typing in the address for many of the sites you visit.
This secret will save you some keystrokes.
Instead of typing “www.BrokenSecrets.com” and then hitting enter, just type “BrokenSecrets” and press CTRL+ENTER (Mac users use COMMAND + RETURN). That will automatically add “www.” to the beginning and “.com” to the end.
For those who have no idea what I’m talking about, look at the top of your web browser (the program you’re using to view this site). You’ll see a text input area that starts with, “http://brokensecrets.com”. That is where you can type web addresses that you’d like to visit. For most sites, you need to at least type the address and the extension (ex: brokensecrets.com).
In Windows, this works with: FireFox, Internet Explorer and Chrome. On Mac, this works with FireFox and Chrome, but use CTRL + RETURN for Chrome. It does not work in Safari for Mac or Windows.
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