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Opening a set of multiple pages when i start up Firefox

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What's the equivalent in Firefox of "on start-up, use current pages" from Chrome ? I have a specific set of pages I want to open when Firefox starts. A Google search produces outdated references to an option to use "current pages" In about:preferences.

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I found the setting and I have now set my start up tabs.

Thank you for your help!

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Please follow the steps

Step 1: Go to Firefox Options Window

Go to: Tools menu -> Option menu-item -> Main Tab. Step 2: Set two websites in Home Page Field – delimited by |

   Set the ‘When the firefox starts’ drop-down to ‘Show my home page’
   Enter multiple websites delimited by | (pipe symbol) as shown below.

Step 3: Restart firefox browser

Save the options and restart the firefox, which will automatically open both the website entioned in the Home page now. In this example, it will open both thegeekstuff.com and linux. 101hacks.com website automatically in multiple firefox tabs whenever I start the browser.

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I found the setting and I have now set my start up tabs.

Thank you for your help!

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Tracey Lowndes said

I found the setting and I have now set my start up tabs. Thank you for your help!

I'll mark this question solved.

For an easy way to set multiple pages as the Firefox home page, see: How to set the home page under "Set multiple pages as your home page".