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NAME

       surf - simple webkit-based browser

SYNOPSIS

       surf   [-bBdDfFgGiIkKmMnNpPsStTvwxX]  [-a cookiepolicies]  [-c cookiefile]  [-C stylefile]
       [-e xid] [-r scriptfile] [-u useragent] [-z zoomlevel] [URI]

DESCRIPTION

       surf is a simple Web browser based on WebKit/GTK+. It is  able  to  display  websites  and
       follow  links.  It  supports  the  XEmbed  protocol which makes it possible to embed it in
       another application. Furthermore, one can  point  surf  to  another  URI  by  setting  its
       XProperties.

OPTIONS

       -a cookiepolicies
              Define  the  order of cookie policies.  The default is "@Aa" but could be redefined
              in the config.h, with "A" meaning to accept all cookies, "a" to  deny  all  cookies
              and "@", which tells surf to accept no third party cookies.

       -b     Disable Scrollbars.

       -B     Enable Scrollbars.

       -c cookiefile
              Specify the cookiefile to use.

       -C stylefile
              Specify the user stylefile.  This does disable the site-specific styles.

       -d     Disable the disk cache.

       -D     Enable the disk cache.

       -e xid Reparents to window specified by xid.

       -f     Start surf in windowed mode (not fullscreen).

       -F     Start surf in fullscreen mode.

       -g     Disable giving the geolocation to websites.

       -G     Enable giving the geolocation to websites.

       -i     Disable Images.

       -I     Enable Images.

       -k     Disable kiosk mode (disable key strokes and right click).

       -K     Enable kiosk mode (disable key strokes and right click).

       -m     Disable application of user style sheets.

       -M     Enable application of user style sheets.

       -n     Disable the Web Inspector (Developer Tools).

       -N     Enable the Web Inspector (Developer Tools).

       -p     Disable Plugins.

       -P     Enable Plugins.

       -r scriptfile
              Specify the user scriptfile.

       -s     Disable Javascript.

       -S     Enable Javascript.

       -t     Disable strict TLS check.

       -T     Enable strict TLS check.

       -u useragent
              Specify the useragent which surf should use.

       -v     Prints version information to standard output, then exits.

       -w     Prints  xid  to  standard  output.  This  can  be used to script the browser in for
              example xdotool(1).

       -x     Disable custom certificates.

       -X     Enable custom certificates.

       -z zoomlevel
              Specify the zoomlevel which surf should use.

USAGE

       Escape Stops loading current page or stops download.

       Ctrl-h Walks back the history.

       Ctrl-l Walks forward the history.

       Ctrl-k Scrolls page upwards.

       Ctrl-j Scrolls page downwards.

       Ctrl-b Scroll up one whole page view.

       Ctrl-Space
              Scroll down one whole page view.

       Ctrl-i Scroll horizontally to the right.

       Ctrl-u Scroll horizontally to the left.

       Ctrl-Shift-k or Ctrl-+
              Zooms page in.

       Ctrl-Shift-j or Ctrl--
              Zooms page out.

       Ctrl-Shift-q
              Resets Zoom.

       Ctrl-f and Ctrl-/
              Opens the search-bar.

       Ctrl-n Go to next search result.

       Ctrl-Shift-n
              Go to previous search result.

       Ctrl-g Opens the URL-bar (requires dmenu installed).

       Ctrl-p Loads URI from primary selection.

       Ctrl-Shift-p
              Calls Printpage Dialog.

       Ctrl-r Reloads the website.

       Ctrl-Shift-r
              Reloads the website without using the cache.

       Ctrl-y Copies current URI to primary selection.

       Ctrl-t Display the current TLS certificate in a popup window.

       Ctrl-Shift-a
              Toggle through the the cookie policies.  This will not reload the page.

       Ctrl-Shift-b
              Toggle scrollbars. This will reload the page.

       Ctrl-Shift-c
              Toggle caret browsing. This will reload the page.

       Ctrl-Shift-i
              Toggle auto-loading of images. This will reload the page.

       Ctrl-Shift-m
              Toggle if the stylefile file should be loaded. This will reload the page.

       Ctrl-Shift-o
              Open the Web Inspector (Developer Tools) window for the current page.

       Ctrl-Shift-s
              Toggle script execution. This will reload the page.

       Ctrl-Shift-t
              Toggle strict TLS check. This will reload the page.

       Ctrl-Shift-v
              Toggle the enabling of plugins on that surf instance. This will reload the page.

       F11    Toggle fullscreen mode.

INDICATORS OF OPERATION

       Surf is showing indicators of operation in front of the site title.  For  all  indicators,
       unless  otherwise  specified,  a lower case letter means disabled and an upper case letter
       means enabled.

       A      all cookies accepted

       a      no cookies accepted

       @      all except third-party cookies accepted

       c C    caret browsing

       g G    geolocation

       d D    disk cache

       i I    images

       s S    scripts

       v V    plugins

       m M    styles

       f F    frame flattening

       x X    custom certificates

       t T    strict TLS

INDICATORS OF WEB PAGE

       The second part of the indicators specifies modes of the web page itself.

   First character: encryption
       -      unencrypted

       T      encrypted (TLS)

       U      attempted encryption but failed

   Second character: proxying
       -      no proxy

       P      using proxy

ENVIRONMENT

       SURF_USERAGENT If this variable is set upon startup, surf will use  it  as  the  useragent
       string.

       http_proxy
              If  this  variable  is set and not empty upon startup, surf will use it as the http
              proxy.

SIGNALS

       Surf will reload the current page on SIGHUP.

PLUGINS

       For using plugins in surf,  first  determine  your  running  architecture.  Then  get  the
       appropriate  plugin  for  that  architecture  and  copy  it to /usr/lib/browser-plugins or
       /usr/lib64/browser-plugins.  Surf should load them automatically.   If you want to  use  a
       32bit plugin on a 64bit system, nspluginwrapper(1) will help you.

SEE ALSO

       dmenu(1), xprop(1), tabbed(1), nspluginwrapper(1), xdotool(1)

BUGS

       Please report them!

                                             surf-2.0                                     SURF(1)