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I want two tabs for my homepage, how do I get them?

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I would like two or more tabs to open when I open my homepage. If I try to drag the open tab to the homepage button it just replaces what is ther with the new one, instead of adding it.

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Firefox supports multiple home pages separated by '|' (pipe) symbols.

  • Tools > Options > General > Startup: Home page
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To have multiple tabs open up, as your homepage, when you open Firefox, you need to:

1. Open Firefox

2. Click the Firefox text on the top left of the screen. A toolbar will pop up.

3. Click on Options on the right side of the menu.

4. A new pop up should come up and you should automatically be in the General tab.

5. Under the Start up section you should see Homepage.

6. There are 3 ways to have multiple tabs for the homepage; either choose bookmarks that you have, type in the URL of each website or make all of the current pages open into the homepage.

      6a. When typing in the URL, separate each URL with |; such as, http://www.mozilla.org|http://www.youtube.com

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  1. Go to the Firefox options
  2. Click the General tab
  3. Paste a homepage URL into the Home Page text area
  4. Type the | symbol after the URL
  5. Paste an additional URL after the | symbol

The symbol I used is not a lower case L. It is on the key with the \ and is most commonly the key directly above the Enter key.

Please report back soon.

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thanks y'all!!

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See also:

Firefox supports multiple home pages separated by '|' (pipe) symbols.

  • Tools > Options > General > Startup: Home page