How can I view page info without right-clicking?
Hi, I've recently updated to Firefox 4.0.1, and with the "tools" menu gone, I can't find out how to view page info anymore without right-clicking. This can be a problem for sites in which right-click is disabled. I have also tried ctrl+I, but this only opens the bookmarks menu. Is there a way of viewing page info in the new Firefox without right-clicking?
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If you click on the little image/icon/square thingy at the very far left part of the address bar you should see a message which says;
you are connected to...... ....... which is run by......
and in this message box is a button marked "more information", if you click it you will get the old familiar page info box.
Hope this helps. God bless
- Page Info Button: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/page-info-button/