How do I make mozilla tab automatically open a certain website?

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How do I make Mozilla tab automatically open a certain website every time that I opened a new tab?

Can you give me some procedures on how to do this?

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How do I make mozilla tab automatically open a certain website?

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For Mozilla Firefox to open a desired site every time you open a new tab, you will need an add-on called New Tab

Homepage. You can download it for free from Mozilla Firefox’s official website.

Click the Add to Firefox button.

A message will appear in the top left portion of your browser asking you for permission to install the add-on your computer. Click Allow.

 

You will be prompted to agree to install the software. Click Install Now

A new message will appear in the upper corner.  You will need to press the Restart Now button. This will restart your browser.

After the browser is restarted, you will notice that if you open a new tab, your home page will automatically be loaded.

If you are not familiar with setting a home page please see the below instructions:

To set a home page, open Mozilla Firefox, click on Tools in the Menu Bar (upper left portion of the screen) and you will see the below menu appear. Click on Options.

You have now accessed the Mozilla Firefox options menu.  Click on the General panel.

  • In this tab, make sure the “Show my homepage” option is selected in the When Firefox starts sections.
  • Below that, is the Home Page section. By default this is set to “Mozilla Firefox Start Page”. 

Click inside the text box next to “Home page” and  type in (or copy paste) the website that you wish to have automatically opened .

Click OK.  You have successfully set your browser's Home Page to your desired website.

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How do I make mozilla tab automatically open a certain website?

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If you’re a Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox user, here’s another way of setting it up. For Google Chrome, download and install the Replace New Tab Page extension from the Chrome Web Store. It is a handy plug-in that automatically replaces your new tab with a particular website you selected. Once installed, click the wrench button on your Google Chrome, point to Tools, and then select Extensions.

Find the Replace New Tab Page extension in the list then click Options. In Replace New Tab Page Options screen, enter the URL of the website you want to automatically open every time a new tab is added and then click Save.

If in any case you want to revert to the default page, just disable the Replace New Tab Page extension or uninstall it. For Mozilla Firefox, download and install the NewTabURL add-on from the Mozilla Add-ons page. Once installed, restart your browser. Press CTRL + SHIFT + A to go to the extensions manager. Find the NewTabURL add-on in the list then click Options.

In NewTabURL Options screen, select URL then enter the URL of the website you want to open automatically when a new tab is added and then click Save.

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