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Make News24.com your homepage

14 October 2014, 09:19

To make News24.com your homepage, you'll need to adjust the settings in your web browser.

Please note that some versions of browsers may vary from the below instructions in which case check the browser's help documentation.

Firefox 20

• Open www.news24.com in Firefox
• Click the icon to the left of the web address, drag it to the Home button, and release
• Click Yes to set this as your home page


For PC:

• Open Chrome
• Go to the menu button on the browser tool bar (right)
• Select settings
• Go to Start Up click on Open a specific page or a set of pages. Select Set pages
• Change the first site to www.news24.com and select OK

Advisable to use Safari on Mac

Internet Explorer 10

• Make sure you've closed all open tabs, then open Internet Explorer for the desktop
• Click Tools, and then click Internet options
• Under the General tab, enter www.news24.com, and then click Apply
• You'll need to restart both Internet Explorer and Internet Explorer for the desktop to see your new home page

Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7

• Open Internet Explorer
• Go to www.news24.com you want to set as your home page
• Tap or click the Tools button, and then tap or click Internet options
• Under the General tab, do one of the following:
• To set the page you're on as your home page, tap or click Use current
• Tap or click Apply, and then tap or click OK
• Close all open Internet Explorer windows, and then start a new browsing session to view your home page

Internet Explorer 8 and Internet Explorer 9

• Open Internet Explorer
• Go to the www.news24.com
• Click the Tools button, and then click Internet options
• Under the General tab, do one of the following:
• To set News24.com, click Use current
• Click OK


• Open Safari if it is not already open
• Choose Safari, select Preferences, and then click General
• Do one of the following:
• Open www.news24.com, click Set to Current Page
• To make the homepage appear whenever you open a new Safari window or tab, choose Homepage from the New windows open with and New tabs open with pop-up menus


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