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Technical Support Tips: How to add to your home page(s)

The new cannot be set as a home page in the usual way. Here are instructions for each browser. The web address will open to the authentication page.

In Firefox:

Click on the three horizontal lines in the upper right corner of the page.

Click on the "Options" icon (a gear) in the dropdown menu.

From the directory in the left hand column of the new tab, click on the word "General" if it is not already selected.

Under "Startup" look for the "When Firefox starts" field.

If "Show my home page" is not populated in that field, click on the drop down arrow and select "Show my home page."

Next look for the "Home Page" field. If it is blank add

If it is not blank and you want to keep the webpages listed and just add another tab to the startup, type in a " " symbol after the last webpage listed. (" " is not an "L" or an "I" but it is a character under the "Backspace" key on your keyboard and above the "Enter" key).

Add after the " " symbol

Close the tab.


In Internet Explorer:

Click on the gear in the upper right hand corner of the program. Then click on the words "Internet options."

In the "Internet Options" pop up window make sure you are on the "General" tab.

Under the "Home page" section click on the last address in the box and hit "Enter" on your keyboard.

Type in" and click the "Apply" button at the bottom of the window.

Click the "OK" button.


In Chrome:

Click on the three vertical dots in the upper right hand corner of the program.

In the dropdown menu click on the word "Settings."

In the new tab that opens, scroll down to the "On startup" section.

To the right of "Manage on startup pages" there is an arrow, click on it.

Make sure the radio button next to "Open a

Click on "Add a new page."

In the "Add a new page" pop up box, click on the line below "Site URL."

Fill in the "Site URL" field with

Hit "Enter" on your keyboard or click the "Add" button.

Close the tab.

Gallion, Christine
Communications and Network Services