Quick Look The toolbar and the tab bar
With the pointer over the Back or Forward button, hold down your mouse or trackpad’s button for a history of pages visited in the current tab, before or after the page you’re currently looking at.
The Tab Bar
Unlike some browsers, Safari’s tabs show page titles but not site icons. For a graphical overview of all open pages, though, press this or ß+ç+\; see opposite page for a fast trackpad alternative.
Pin tabs open
Drag a tab to the left end of the bar to pin it there; it’ll show the site’s icon. Pinned tabs appear in all Safari windows bar private ones, and work great with key combos for switching tabs (see opposite).
Click this to reload a page, or hold down on it for options to reload without content blockers (some sites block you if one’s detected), or with plugins active that are ordinarily disabled.
The options behind this button are replicated in File > Share, enabling you to set key combos to quickly post to Facebook, say. Do that in > System Prefs > Keyboard > Shortcuts > App Shortcuts.