Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Echo, Jun 13, 2018.
Mines Google, always has been.
Which to be fair does have a Google search bar.
People still have home pages, with tabbed browsing now quite common? I think it might have been 2004 last time I had a home page.
I keep my must have tabs always open and never use a "home page."
I'm old school.
Google - but I have the bookmarks bar with all my most visited sites, so a single click and I'm there.
I have 14 homepages in my desktop browser Google is one of them.
I'm not sure I understand what's being asked. Home page to me is the main page of any website. I have half a dozen websites I own or manage and each has its own home page.
Maybe you are referring to what site your browser opens to. Mine is https://www.bing.com/news. I have liked reading the news with my morning coffee since way before there was an Internet, but I have adapted over time. I also like watching news and other video content I enjoy, so I spend a lot of time on YouTube.
My home page, in the only correct meaning of the word is my personal page at the university I graduated from. (Think geocities -style from the 90s ...)
Yes, the page is still there, and from time to time I log in to update it (writing HTML in 'vi').
Same as me!
My intranet home page.
I've been thinking about creating one for all my forums where once signed in, the user can see if there are alerts or notifications waiting for them --- as well as links (affiliated) to ebay, amazon, etc.
If i had a script that allowed me to make thumbnails and click on to bring me to the site i would love to have such system.
I usually just set it to a blank tab.
I used to use iGoogle with a bunch of custom RSS feeds until Google killed it off.