Navigate up one or more URL levels.
• New option to remove trailing forward slashes from URLs.
• Improvements to toolbar button and context menus.
• Minor bug fixes.
Navigate Up WE provides a simple facility to navigate up one or more levels of the URL path.
Navigate Up WE is an alternative no-restart version of the well established Navigate Up add-on.
Navigate Up WE is implemented using the new WebExtensions API and is available for both Firefox and Chrome with identical functions and user interfaces.
The Navigate Up WE Options page can be accessed as follows:
• Firefox - On the menu bar select Tools > Add-ons (or press Ctrl+Shift+A), select the Extensions tab, and then click on the Options button.
• Chrome - Right-click on the toolbar button, and then select Options.
After installation of Navigate Up WE, there will be a new green 'up-arrow' button on the main toolbar.
If Navigate Up WE cannot be used with the current page, the toolbar button will be disabled (greyed-out).
To navigate up, just click on the Navigate Up WE icon.
There is an option to set the button action as:
• Navigate Up One Level
• Navigate Up to Root
CONTEXT MENU & BUTTON MENU
To navigate up to a specific level, right-click on the page contents to open the context menu, select the Navigate Up WE sub-menu, and then select one of the menu items.
Alternatively, right-click on the Navigate Up WE toolbar button to open the button menu, and then select one of the menu items.
The menus are divided into two sections:
• The first contains two menu items for quick access - Navigate Up One Level and Navigate Up To Root.
• The second contains menu items for each higher level URL, plus one or two menu items for related high level URLs.
There is an option to show/hide the Navigate Up WE submenu item on the context menu.
There are options to show/hide the Navigate Up One Level and Navigate Up To Root menu items.
To navigate up, using the configured button action, press Alt+U.
Please e-mail: email@example.com
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