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Help on Lynx Movement commands

Keystroke Commands

These are the Lynx keystroke-movement commands which are usable in all non-editing contexts, for traversing links.

        Down arrow,    -  Move to the next hypertext link,
        TAB               or scroll down if there are no more
                          links on the page to move to.

        Up arrow       -  Move to the previous hypertext link,
                          or scroll up if there are no links
                          above the current one, and there are
                          previous pages to move to.

        Right arrow,   -  select the link that the cursor is
        Return, Enter     positioned on.

        Left arrow     -  Retreat from a link.  Go back to the
                          previous topic.

Notes

  1. If VI Keys are enabled from the options menu or from the .lynxrc file, lowercase h,j,k,l will move left, down, up, and right, respectively.
  2. If Emacs Keys are enabled from the options menu or from the .lynxrc file, Ctrl-B, Ctrl-N, Ctrl-P, Ctrl-F will move left, down, up, and right, respectively.
  3. If the Num Lock on your keyboard is on, Lynx will translate the numbers of your keypad into movement commands. The translation corresponds with the labels on numeric keypad, but can be used from the main keyboard. It is as follows.
                     9  - page up
                     8  - up arrow
          7 8 9      7  - moves to the top of a document
           \|/       6  - right arrow
        4 - 5 - 6    5  - nothing
           /|\       4  - left arrow
          1 2 3      3  - page down
                     2  - down arrow
                     1  - moves to the end of a document