When I'm on a webpage, I'll often use the arrow keys to move up and down on the page. Much of the time, nothing happens; the webpage I'm on doesn't move because my mouse cursor (the "blinking line") is active elsewhere.
So, I have to stop everything I'm doing, place the mouse arrow into the webpage that I'm viewing and then click to put the cursor within the webpage. Then, of course, I can navigate the page using the keyboard's arrow keys.
I am wondering if anyone knows of a quick shortcut that could do this, which is to simply place the mouse cursor in my current webpage (the one that's in front of all the other open web windows that are behind it) so that I can use the arrow keys to navigate the page.
This is a relatively small issue, but having to do what I described above is getting annoying, especially since I'm finding myself doing it a lot each day now. Thanks for those who can help.