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So basically, i want all the shortcut spots on the firefox homepage to become the no website thing, but it just replaces the dimissed shortcut with another, and when changing it to 4 rows, it shows the shortcuts are pretty much just moved, and of course i want it to just be empty. so yeah, how do i make them all empty? (ive looked through the internet for solutions, and ive just found solutions that dont work, or ones not the same as my issue.

So basically, i want all the shortcut spots on the firefox homepage to become the no website thing, but it just replaces the dimissed shortcut with another, and when changing it to 4 rows, it shows the shortcuts are pretty much just moved, and of course i want it to just be empty. so yeah, how do i make them all empty? (ive looked through the internet for solutions, and ive just found solutions that dont work, or ones not the same as my issue.

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The shortcuts section shows websites you visited recently, i.e it is similar to recent lists you see for the history and the bookmarks in the "3-bar" Firefox menu button drop-down list. This means that if you use Remove or Dismiss that the next page in the list takes its place.

Note that using Dismiss adds the URL as a hashed value to a pref on the about:config page and this pref can grow quite large if you dismiss a lot of websites.

The only way to prevent Firefox from filling a shortcut tile is to pin a webpage to each tile. You can possibly edit browser.newtabpage.pinned to add a unique {"url":"https://","label":"Name"} pair for each tile, use "null" for a tile Firefox may fill. You can leave out trailing "null" entries.

--- Changes made manually on the Firefox Home page are stored in prefs that you can find on the about:config page.

  • browser.newtabpage.pinned => websites pinned to a tile
  • browser.newtabpage.blocked => websites removed by clicking Dismiss in a tile

You can open the about:config page via the location/address bar. If you get the warning page, you can click the "Accept the Risk and Continue" button.

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