Besides the request of a URL with the browser you also can now display and navigate in the directory structure of the cache archive
with the command ls.
The abbreviation ls was used used for list by analogy with the corresponding Unix command.
All Domains which the active Surf Set contains are listed in the domain directory. You get this list if you enter the URL http://l.s
into the address bar of the browser. Entering ls usually suffices. The visualization of the list is dependent on the number of the domains
to be listed. The following visualizations are possible:
|Full Specified||Display of the Full Specified domain with a link to this domain|
and command ls list the directory of the domain.
|Compact||The visualization is made out per domain in a line.|
If only one entry exists for a domain, then the Full Specified Domain is displayed.
|Simple||Visualization is made out per domain in a line.|
The number of the domains up to which the Full Specified or compact visualization is made out can be set with Options/Navigation.
The term Domain is used as short name for Secondary-Level Domain. We otherwise describe this as a Full Specified
Domain. At this, we assume per default, the protocol HTTP.
in the Domain Directory
1) Address bar
With input of command ls
The directory to be shown can be reduced with the filter.
The filter affects the secondary-level and top-level domain.
The following possibilities are available:
The list of the Domains and the number which fulfills the choice criterion is displayed. The number of the available domains in the surf set is also
displayed. The number of the domains as tool-tip is indicated in the list of the available first letters.
2) Select of the first character
According to the list of the available first characters.
- (Secondary-Level) Domains delimit by input of character.
|Input||Display limits on domains which ... with the string.|
|proxy|* |Start: proxy|
*browser |End: browser|
*offline * |Contain: offline|
- If you like to include the top level-domain in the filter, you can indicate this as follows examples:
|Input||Display limits on domains|
|proxy|*.com |At all com Domains|
witch domain name starts with: proxy
*browser.info |At all info Domains|
witch domain name ends with: browser
*offline *.info |At all info Domains|
witch domain name contains: offline
*.com |At all com Domains|
Displays the sub directory. Please, notice the notation for the called URL.
Display the hompage of the domain.
Displays the home page of the domain.
5) Foot Note
Displays date and time of generation as well as additional information.
Search functions in the cache archive are available. Indicator
for an available HTML page in the domain.