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How do I set my Firefox to open my custom homepage when I open a new tab?
I would like to be allowed to be automatically taken to my custom homepage (google.com) every time I open I new tab. It seems that this should be simple and easy to do, but it is not. I have looked at several forum posts with a similar problem, but all of them tell me to edit the about:Config and enter "about:home" into the browser.newtab.url preference name entry. I do so but this only takes me to the default Firefox homepage every time I open I new tab, I would like it to take me to my set homepage.
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Hi, about:home is indeed the Firefox start page. So in browser.newtab.url try changing it to google.com
Hope that works for you.
You can set the home page in the Options/Preferences > General.
- Tools > Options > General > Startup: Home page
You need to set the new tab page via the browser.newtab.url pref on the about:config page. See this article about the New Tab page (about:newtab):
If you want that to be the Google website then set the pref to google.com
- browser.newtab.url = https://www.google.com
(edited to fix the google link - c)
When entering the URL either as your home page or new tab page, I suggest using the full URL https://www.google.com/ since otherwise there is a slight delay as Google redirects Firefox to the secure page.