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how do I get my theme to be my homepage?

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Is there a way to have my theme in the background for my homepage? The theme is visible in the bars but the default homepage is covering the theme.

Is there a way to have my theme in the background for my homepage? The theme is visible in the bars but the default homepage is covering the theme.

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When you say "the theme is visible in the bars", are you referring to having a Persona or LightWeight theme installed?

If so, Personas are made to decorate the Toolbar section of the browser window; they aren't large enough to cover the content are of the window where page content is displayed. To get your "theme" in the content area of the browser window you would need to create a "local webpage" and use that as your "homepage".

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When you say "the theme is visible in the bars", are you referring to having a Persona or LightWeight theme installed?

If so, Personas are made to decorate the Toolbar section of the browser window; they aren't large enough to cover the content are of the window where page content is displayed. To get your "theme" in the content area of the browser window you would need to create a "local webpage" and use that as your "homepage".

When you say "the theme is visible in the bars", are you referring to having a Persona or LightWeight theme installed? If so, Personas are made to decorate the Toolbar section of the browser window; they aren't large enough to cover the content are of the window where page content is displayed. To get your "theme" in the content area of the browser window you would need to create a "local webpage" and use that as your "homepage".