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make firefox only go to one site and nothing else

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is there a way to lock firefox down so to select sites
*fedex.com
*mycompany.com

what i find is if i turn the proxy off for https then the users can go anywhere they like.

what i would like to do is have icons on the desktop to go specifically to the site(s) and remove the ability to type a url

Can this be done and if so can you provide instructions please?
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thanks
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bbimis--You are welcome.
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