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How do I set my tabs to open with my home page?

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When I open a tab, how can I get it to open to my Home Page - the page I have set to open when opening Firefox?

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Meghraj Suthar 16 solutions 222 answers

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FredMcD
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Open a new window or tab. In the address bar, type about:Config. If a warning screen comes up, press the Be Careful button. This is where Firefox finds information it needs to run. At the top of the screen is a search bar. Enter browser.newtab.url and press enter. browser.newtab.url tells Firefox what to show when a new tab is opened. If you want, right click and select Modify. You can change the setting to;

about:home (Firefox default home page),
about:newtab (shows the sites most visited),
about:blank (a blank page),
or you can enter any web page you want.

The same instructions are used for the new window setting, listed as browser.startup.homepage.

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cor-el
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See also this article about the New Tab page (about:newtab):

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