Are there any tricks/sites/methods to use the linux man command in a more convenient way ? I love commands in terminal but for some strange reason I preferred to type man in firefox then in the terminal. The output is so long and I have to scroll forever to find what I need. Also the lack of example is a headache.
You can try
xman which is a GUI man page viewer on almost all systems. Others must exist as well.
Some Linux distros still keep info pages, which are a hypertext sort of replacement for man pages. It never got much traction, so not all commands have info pages. I never liked them personally but you may like them. Look at the
pinfo or even
Remember that man uses nroff underneath (groff on Linux) and it can target a small subset of output types. I find postscript output useful, either with ghostview/kghostview on screen, or just dumping to a printer. I think the
-t flag in most distros will dump to postscript. Or maybe the sequence