display specific sites on homepage of browser

Posted on 2012-09-05
Last Modified: 2012-09-21
my client would like to organize certain websites to display (as widgets or links) on his homepage. he doesnt care what browser he has to use but would like to organize the websites there.

eg: section called News and all of the news sites he wants are listed there. section called finance and all of the banking sites are listed there.

is there a way to show links or icons for these sites on any of the web browsers available?

Question by:datatechdc
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    datatechdc--I would think the URL of one of those sites could be included in the URL for the Home page on IE Tools|Internet Options|General tab|Home Page section section  .  And separately another URL for another of the desired webpages could be added to the Home Page box .
    But it would be much neater to just make Favorites out of each of the desired pages.

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