Search Better With KeywordsIf you find yourself searching through the same sites over and over again, you may want to consider utilizing search keywords. For example, if you're an avid Wikipedia-er, you can use search keywords to access an intra-Wiki search directly from the main address bar.
To create a search keyword, right-click on the search box within the site you'd like to add. This action will prompt a pull-down menu where you can choose "Add a Keyword for this Search." This in turn prompts a pop-up bookmark window, which includes a "Keyword" field where you can create a nickname for your search, e.g. IMDb.com would get "IMDb" and PCMag.com would get "HellaAwesomeTechSite" (from experimenting, it appears that you can't use a multi-word keyword).
Once added, you access that search by typing the keyword followed by the search into the address bar. For example, you would just need to enter Wikipedia Charles Darwin in the search bar to be taken directly to Darwin's Wiki page. #boom