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Trying to create hyperlinks on homepage

I'm trying to make a personal homepage with only hyperlinks so I can just click home in my browser to get to a list websites I use all the time. I'm not trying to make a website for everyone to see, just something I can use as a homepage so I can click on the website I want when the browser starts up. I tried doing this in Word but I'm not able to actually open the file in firefox. I'm just a little bit confused about what program I need to use to do this. Ultimately I'd like to use my own bitmap pictures as the hyperlinks.
Any help with this is greatly appreciated!

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Any text editor will do...

However, you must format the document as an HTML file, which means you need to create something like the following:

<h1>My Favorite Websites:</h1>
<li><a href="">Fave Website Name 1</a></li>
<li><a href="">Fave Website Name 2</a></li>
<li><a href="">Fave Website Name 3</a></li>
<li><a href="">Fave Website Name 4</a></li>

If you want to use images instead of text, replace Fave Website Name 4 with something like <img src=""></img> cannot simply paste an image into Word as you would to create a document for printing. Also, note that you need to save the file as an HTML file, not Word's default DOC or DOCX format.

Honestly, though, you'd be better off using an extension like SpeedDial, which creates a homepage within Firefox consisting of images of, and links to, your favorite websites, which is fully customizable.

Hope this helps,

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Re : Any text editor will do...


Thanks for such a great and helpful information..

Eddie wilson

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If you are using Firefox

it comes with a folder in the tabs bar called "Most Visited" which contains a list of Web sites that you visit most often - quite useful.


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