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Today I installed Firefox on a desktop and have been attempting to move the home page site tab to appear on the same level as the URL, rather than sitting above it. I tried Customise Toolbar but does not give me the option to drag the tab next to the main Home Page URL, so I have a tab with the home page URL and have the main Search/URL with the same address. Is there a way in moving the tab so that it is in-line with the URL, rather than looking neglected?

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Today I installed Firefox on a desktop and have been attempting to move the home page site tab to appear on the same level as the URL, rather than sitting above it. I tried Customise Toolbar but does not give me the option to drag the tab next to the main Home Page URL, so I have a tab with the home page URL and have the main Search/URL with the same address. Is there a way in moving the tab so that it is in-line with the URL, rather than looking neglected? I have attached an image of the issue.
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Hi confabs,

I see that you have a homepage icon there next to the refresh button. You can set the tab you open as homepage (see How to set the home page). Otherwise, you can't move the tab on the same level as the toolbar.

However, if what you're trying to do is to keep the tab from being hidden when you open multiple tabs, you can do so by pinning the tab (se Pinned Tabs - keep favorite websites open and just a click away) instead of moving it on the same level as the address bar.

Hope that helps!