54 reviews
  • If possible, please add middle mouse button support, so that a click will open the resulting link in a new tab. This is both for the addon icon itself and all the textual up levels.

    Thank you!
    Unfortunately, this is not possible with the ne WebExtensions APIs.
  • Is it possible to add navigate down functionaly?
    Do you mean navigate back down after navigating up?
  • Great work...
  • Love it, especially the button's right-click-menu where you can navigate to paths.
  • Simple and effective. I use it all the time. Thank you!
  • The addon Usable Home Button does something similar when navigating, but it jumps all the way up to root level. This addon Navigate Up allows you to step through the directories one level at a time before reaching the root domain. Ah, that's better.
  • Thanks for giving us back some of the functionality we lost when Firefox 57 killed the old Navigate Up extension. This is not a perfect replacement for the old extension, but it works.
  • Can't get it to work. It appears that it may conflict with NoScript, but I am not 100% sure.
  • It works as advertised. Thanks much. My only suggestion is to implement the feature (mentioned by at least one other here) where I have the option to put the button in the location bar.
  • Thanks for upgrading this very useful add-on. Alt-Shift U works fine, but Alt-U doesn't for me at all (hence only 3 stars for now). I'm using FF 56.0 on Mac OS Sierra.
    Also I like to use alt-up arrow - it would be useful to be able to set our own short cut. Is this possible?
    Navigate Up WE 2.1 has just been released.

    This version includes:

    - a new option to configure the Navigate Up WE toolbar button action.

    - an additional keyboard shortcut (Alt+UpArrow) to perform the configured button action.
  • Works great, except on the Mozilla Add-ons site for some reason (the legacy add-on works fine on all sites).
    There are a few special Firefox and Chrome pages that Navigate Up WE and many other WebExtensions (WE) add-ons cannot work with.

    This applies to all pages on Mozilla Add-ons pages and to all “about:” pages.