In firefox, rightclick in any searchbox on a site, for example the searschbar on http://www.msgpluslive.net/scripts/
. Select 'Add a keyword for this search'
. It will ask you for a name and location to save it in your bookmarks which won't matter much, just pick a good short keyword. Let's say you use 'scripts'
as keyword, you can now use the url bar to search scripts, just type 'scripts psm'
, hit enter, and you are on the results page for 'psm'
The nice thing is these are stored in your bookmarks, so you can make a folder with a bunch of them and have Xmarks sync it to all your machines.
Should really refresh a tab before writing a post. What Vilkku said