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Firefox: Open Multiple Home Pages

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.

Rob Rogers
Rob Rogers
Once a prolific author here on Tech-Recipes, Rob has moved on to greener pastures.
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