Firefox: Open Multiple Home Pages

Posted September 30, 2006 by Rob Rogers in Mozilla Firefox

Firefox allows multiple URLs to be assigned to the home page. If you follow the steps in this Tech-Recipe, you can have more than one page load when you start Firefox, each in its own tab.


1. Select Tools | Options

2. In the Location(s) field, enter the addresses you want to use and separate them with a pipe symbol (for example http://www.tech-recipes.com | http://www.google.com)

3. Click OK

For Mac users,

A. Select Firefox | Preferences…

B. Click the General tab and follow step 2 above.

C. Close the preferences box when you’re done.

 

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  • Ruby

    Been trying to find a way to add multiple homepages for Firefox on macs and I didn’t realise it was so simple