Ever been on a page that was just too long to read? Maybe you wanted to see if the page you are on actually has the information you are looking for. There is a way to search a web page. The way to find something on a web page varies by browser. For most searches on a desktop or laptop, you simply need to use CTRL+F or Command+F for MAC. But how do you search a page for a term on an iPhone or iPad?
For all the examples below, I am using this link: https://www.britannica.com/topic/list-of-state-capitals-in-the-United-States-2119210
For Safari, the default browser:
Once you are on a webpage that you might want to search, you can put a word in the search bar and you will get the option that says “On This Page” and will tell you how many matches. So I went to the above link and typed “florida” in the address bar. This is what I got:
Once you are at the page, you will see 3 dots on bottom right. If you click on that you will get an option to “Find in page…” – If you click that, you will get a search box and can put what you want to search there.
Firefox is similar to Chrome except you will find the 3 dots on the top right.