Go Back   DreamTeamDownloads1, FTP Help, Movies, Bollywood, Applications, etc. & Mature Sex Forum, Rapidshare, Filefactory, Freakshare, Rapidgator, Turbobit, & More MULTI Filehosts > Computer/MAC Help/Info. & New Technology > How To - (Tips and Tricks) & Computer Fun

How To - (Tips and Tricks) & Computer Fun All the Help You Need and Tips & Tricks for your PC & some Humourous Stuff. If You Need Computer Help, Start a New Thread in the Computer Help Section Above

Hallo to All Members. As you can see we regularly Upgrade our Servers, (Sorry for any Downtime during this). We also have added more Forums to help you with many things and for you to enjoy. We now need you to help us to keep this site up and running. This site works at a loss every month and we appeal to you to donate what you can. If you would like to help us, then please just send a message to any Member of Staff for info on how to do this,,,, & Thank You for Being Members of this site.
Post New ThreadReply
LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 13-02-12, 03:40   #1
Ladybbird's Avatar
Join Date: Feb 2011
Posts: 34,775
Thanks: 23,502
Thanked 12,728 Times in 8,566 Posts
Ladybbird has a reputation beyond reputeLadybbird has a reputation beyond reputeLadybbird has a reputation beyond reputeLadybbird has a reputation beyond reputeLadybbird has a reputation beyond reputeLadybbird has a reputation beyond reputeLadybbird has a reputation beyond reputeLadybbird has a reputation beyond reputeLadybbird has a reputation beyond reputeLadybbird has a reputation beyond reputeLadybbird has a reputation beyond repute

Awards Showcase
Best Admin Best Admin Gold Medal Gold Medal 
Total Awards: 6

Default Find Hidden Features on Opera’s Internal Opera: Pages

Opera contains hidden features that aren’t exposed in its user interface. They’re on internal pages, which you can access by typing Opera: into the address bar, followed by the name of the page.

Opera’s hidden Opera: They contain hidden options, alternate user interfaces and diagnostic information tucked away from the main interface.

Exploring the Opera: Pages

Opera doesn’t have an internal page that lists all its internal pages, like Firefox’s about:about and Chrome’s chrome://about pages do. If you want to view a list and explore them yourself, you can install the Opera Internal Pages extension. It adds a toolbar button that lists all the pages.

You can access some of these pages from the standard Opera menu. For example, the opera:about and opera:help pages are the same as the About and Help options in the menu.


The opera:config page is Opera’s counterpart to Firefox’s famous about:config page. It contains a wide variety of options and tweaks, many of which aren’t available elsewhere in Opera’s user interface.

The page is completely searchable, so you can quickly find the option you’re looking for. Unlike the confusingly named options on Firefox’s about:config page, Opera’s Preferences Editor page contains options written in plain English.


The opera plugins page displays a list of your installed browser plug-ins. You can click the Disable option to disable a plug-in without uninstalling it entirely.

The “Enable Plug-ins” check box controls whether plug-in support is enabled browser-wide. It’s the same option you’ll find in Opera’s Quick Preferences menu.

Opera:History & Opera:HistorySearch

The opera:history page displays a different view of your history — it’s not the same as the History option in Opera’s menu.

The opera:historysearch page allows you to search your browsing history. Like the search option built into Opera’s standard History page, it offers full-text search of pages.


The opera:cache page allows you to browse Opera’s browser cache, which caches downloaded content to speed up future load times.

Select a specific website to view its cached files or save them to your computer.

Opera ebug

The opera:debug page allows connections to remote Opera Dragonfly sessions. You can use this feature to debug remote Opera systems over the network.

To connect to another browser from this page, the other Opera user must launch Opera’s Dragonfly developer tool (Opera -> Page -> Developer Tools -> Opera Dragonfly) and enable remote debugging.


The opera:drives page lets you browse your local file system from a web-page-style interface within Opera.

Opera:MemDebug, Opera:WebStorage and Opera:WebDatabases

The opera:memdebug page breaks down Opera’s memory usage. The opera:webstorage and opera:webdatabases pages list websites using Opera’s Web storage and Web database features.

Opera’s internal Opera: URLs don’t contain fun Easter eggs like Firefox’s or experimental features like Chrome’s, but there are a treasure trove of hidden options for you to explore — particularly on the opera:config page.
Thanks to Geek Chris Hoffman
Nil Carborundum Illegitemi My Advice is Free My Friendship is Priceless

FREEBIES Continue to be a BURDEN on Our Increasing Server/Privacy Costs. Please DONATE Something to HELP...PM an Admin for Further Info.

& Thanks to Those That Have Taken The Time to Register & Become a Member of ... 1...
Ladybbird is online now  
Digg this Post!Add Post to del.icio.usBookmark Post in TechnoratiTweet this Post!
Reply With Quote
Post New ThreadReply

Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)
Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are On
Pingbacks are On
Refbacks are On

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.11
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, vBulletin Solutions Inc.
SEO by vBSEO 3.5.2
Designed by: vBSkinworks