Users of Windows XP are unable to upgrade to IE9 and it is suggested that users of XP download and use Firefox, using this link:
or another modern browser.
It is not necessary to enter the full name of the website in the address bar each time. When you are in a page that you use often, register it as a favourite or whatever term your browser uses; in Firefox click on the star at the right end of the address bar. You will then find that if you enter the letters “pro” in the address bar you will see a list of pages from which you can select the page you need with a single click.
Browsers have built-in search facilities which enable a user to find text within a page. When using the custom taxonomies, a substantial number of wills might be returned and the browser search facility will help to locate those that are most relevant. The procedure varies across browsers, but locate the find facility and enter the text to be searched for. It will then be possible to step from one will to the next containing the entered text.