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How to Set Multiple Sites as Firefox Home Page

When you open your web browser, a website or webpage gets automatically loaded or opened, which is nothing but your default home Page in your browser. Generally, you could have only one home Page set in your browser. However, in case you are using Firefox, you could tweak your browser to open multiple site as Firefox home Page whenever the browser is started.

This trick comes handy when you require multiple site to be opened automatically when browser starts. I usually keep Facebook as default Firefox home Page. However, with the help of this trick, I am also able to open other sites like Google and Twitter simultaneously whenever I start my browser..

Set Multiple Sites as Firefox Home Page:

Step 1: Go to Tools –> Options

Step 2: In General Tab, under homepage add your website link separated by a | (Pipe symbol).

Example: http://www.facebook.com|www.google.com|www.twitter.com

Firefox Home Page

Step 3: Click OK to save the changes and settings

Final Step, Restart your Browser. Now next time you start or open Firefox, you will see multiple sites are opened automatically as Firefox home Page.

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