How do I remove the links underneath the main toolbar (most visited, latest headlines, news, Apple, etc.)?
I have no idea how to remove the links that are underneath the main toolbar (where the back and forward buttons are, refresh, etc.). I know they got there by either Apple default, or by me accidentally dragging something there. I have tried dragging them away, and they don't go anywhere. I tried dragging to the trash, etc.
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Those bookmarks are in the Bookmarks Toolbar - Display your favorite websites at the top of the Firefox window
That didn't help me. I am talking about the bar that looks like this the one in the picture. I know how to remove items from my bookmarks, but the items on this little menu/link bar are not all a part of my bookmarks, which makes me wonder if this is the bookmarks toolbar.
i just wanna delete the toolbar picture (sun set) and restore to the default view. thank you