This gives an overview and some details on Lynx's scrolling/paging commands. A diagram shows keypad shortcuts.
+ (or SPACE, - If the bottom of the screen informs you or CTRL-F) that there is “more” to see, you may move to the next page (Page-Down). - (or b, - If you have moved down in a document, this or CTRL-B) will bring you back up one page (Page-Up).
Lynx can use the digits 0-9 as movement shortcuts. They are designed to work best when the Num Lock on your keyboard is on, so that Lynx can translate the numbers of your keypad into movement commands:
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
CTRL-A (or Find) - This Control key, and Function key synonym, brings you back to the first page of the current document (Home). CTRL-E (or Select) - This Control key, and Function key synonym, takes you to the last page of the current document (End). CTRL-N (or Remove) - This Control key, and Function key synonym, moves you forward two lines in the current document (Down-Two). CTRL-P (or Insert) - This Control key, and Function key synonym, moves you back two lines in the current document (Up-Two).
) - Moves you forward half a page in the current document (Down-Half). ( - Moves you back half a page in the current document (Up-Half). ^ - Go to the first link on the current line. $ - Go to the last link on the current line. < - Go to the previous link in the current column. > - Go to the next link in the current column. # - Jumps you to the pseudo Toolbar or Banner if present in the current document. Use left-arrow to return from there to your previous position in the document.