On 1/9/2006 2:23 PM On a whim, Chris Ilias pounded out on the keyboard

> [This is partly a test, to see what is working right now; but since it's
> a support mailing list/newsgroup, I'm keeping it on topic by posting a
> Firefox tip.]
>
> You know that great feature in the Mozilla Application Suite and
> Netscape7, that lets you choose whether you want your browser to open
> with your 'homepage', a 'blank page', or the 'last page you visited'?
> Well, this is one of those features that is still in Mozilla Firefox,
> but there's no menu for it. Here's how to set it:
> Open Firefox, type "about:config" (without the quotes) in the location
> bar, and press . Search for the preference
> |browser.startup.page|. Double-click on it (or right-click and select
> Modify), and set the value.
>
> The values:
> 0 = blank page
> 1 = home page
> 2 = last page visited
>
> Personally, I like my browser to open in a blank page, but that doesn't
> mean my homepage has to be blank. ;-)


I used to open with a blank page, but the FF Start Page isn't too busy
like Yahoo or many others so I let it stay.

--
Terry Rather

*F1 Computer Services*
E-mail: f1com@pobox.com
Tel: 949.645.6305 x2
Fax: 949.645.1508
Pcs: 714.612.0104