The use of single keystrokes, and the easy way of navigating around in a document are the strongpoints of lynx.
Thus the goal of the glynx project is to combine the graphical capabilities of gzilla (freeware) or konqueror with the ease of use of lynx.
? - Display the file you're reading now Up arrow - Highlight previous hyperlink or go backwards,up Down arrow - Highlight next hyperlink or go forwards,down Right arrow, - Follow highlighted hyperlink Return, Enter - Same as right arrow Left arrow - Go back to previous link (like "Back" button) f - Forward button (works as in Netscape) space - Scroll down to next page, like in "more" b - Scroll up to previous page, like in "more" d - Download file from selected link a - Add the current link to your bookmark file c - Send a comment to the document owner d - Download the current link g - Goto a user specified URL; when you press g, cursor goes to URL line at top of window. when done, press return to go to specified URL and also bring cursor back to main window. i - Show an index of documents j - Execute a jump operation k - Show a list of key mappings m - Return to main screen o - Set your options p - Print to a file, mail, printers, or other q - Quit / - Search for a string within the current document s - Enter a search string for an external search n - Go to the next search string a - Add the current link to your bookmark file v - View your bookmark file r - Remove selected bookmark entry z - Cancel transfer in progress [backspace] - Go to the history page = - Show file and link info \ - Toggle document source/rendered view ! - Spawn your default shell CTRL-R - Reload current file and refresh the screen CTRL-W - Refresh the screen CTRL-U - Erase input line CTRL-G - Cancel input or transferYou can download the current embodiment which is a hacked version of konqueror.