The New Tab page is the default home page that opens when you start Firefox, click the Home button in the toolbar or open a new window. This article explains how to set your Firefox home page.
- If you want Firefox to open the windows and tabs from your previous session each time you start Firefox, instead of opening your home page, see Configuring session restore.
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Set or change your home page through the Home button
- Open the web page you want to use as your home page.
- Drag and drop that tab onto the Home button on your toolbar.
- Click on the prompt to set this page as your home page.
Set your home page through Firefox Settings
- In the Menu bar at the top of the screen, click and then select or , depending on your macOS version.Click the menu button and select .
- Click the
- Click the menu next to Homepage and new windows and choose to show the default Firefox Home page, custom URLs or a blank page.
Set multiple pages as your home page
You can set a group of pages as your home page. Open each page in a separate tab, select
We have solutions:
- If you keep getting the "Firefox has just updated" tab every time Firefox starts, see the article Firefox says it's just updated every time it starts - how to fix.
- If your home page settings are not saved, see How to fix preferences that won't save.
- If you don't see the Home button, have a look at Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars.
- If your home page was hijacked or automatically changed, see Remove a toolbar that has taken over your Firefox search or home page.
- It's possible the shortcut you are using to open Firefox has a link in it. Right-click on the shortcut and check. See Wrong home page opens when I start Firefox - How to fix for details.
- An extension may be controlling your home page. For more information, see An extension changed my New Tab page or home page.