Terminal Options

By running midori --help from the terminal/comandline you will notice more options & configuration changes you can make before launching midori.

Midori --help & --help-all
Usage: midori [OPTION...] [Addresses]
Help Options:
-h, --help Show help options
--help-all Show all help options
--help-gtk Show GTK+ Options

Application Options:
-a, --app=ADDRESS Run ADDRESS as a web application
-c, --config=FOLDER Use FOLDER as configuration folder
-d, --diagnostic-dialog Show a diagnostic dialog
-r, --run Run the specified filename as javascript
-s, --snapshot Take a snapshot of the specified URI
-e, --execute Execute the specified command
--help-execute List commands to execute with -e/ --execute
-V, --version Display program version
-b, --block-uris=PATTERN Block URIs according to regular expression PATTERN
--display=DISPLAY X display to use

--help-gtk
GTK+ Options
--class=CLASS Program class as used by the window manager
--name=NAME Program name as used by the window manager
--display=DISPLAY X display to use
--screen=SCREEN X screen to use
--sync Make X calls synchronous
--gtk-module=MODULES Load additional GTK+ modules
--g-fatal-warnings Make all warnings fatal


--help-execute

From the terminal/commandline run: midori --help-execute You will notice a myriad of options. If you wanted to run midori without the navigationbar you would run:

midori -e Navigationbar

As the options are too many to place here it's probably best to try running: midori --help-execute

config file
By opening /home/$USER/.config/midori/config with your favorite leafpad text editor you can add any of the --help-execute commands to your config file under [settings]. But rather then putting -e Navigationbar you would add:

show-navigationbar=false

For more help concerning --help-execute click:
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changed April 2, 2011