Firefox (popularity 37.7%)
From the Tools (PC) or Firefox (Mac) menu, select Options
Under the General tab, make sure that the first option “When Firefox starts” is set to “Show my home page”
Enter the URL http://clarksdaleinfo.com into the Home Page box
Opera (popularity 2.5%)
Navigate to and click on the 'Preferences' link from the drop-down menu at the top of the Opera browser. The Preferences box will open. Select the 'General' tab.
Choose to type in http://www.clarksdaleinfo.com, then check 'Use address entered here' or click on 'Set current page as home page' if you're already on the Web page you want to use. Click 'Ok' and your home page will be set to the page you requested.
Type http://www.clarksdaleinfo.com into your address bar of your Opera browser and hit 'Return.'
Click on the top menu option 'Opera,' and then click on the 'Preferences' option. The Preferences box will open with the General tab already selected.
Input the desired home page into the 'Home Page' space or click 'Use Current.' Then utilize the drop-down menu to choose the desired navigation option. Click 'Ok' at the bottom of the box and your home page will be set.
Google Chrome (popularity 34.6%)
Click on the Chrome "wrench" icon, located in the upper right hand corner of your browser window. When the drop-down menu appears, select the choice labeled Options.
The Google Chrome Options dialog should now be displayed, overlaying your main browser window. Click on the Basics tab if it is not already selected. In the middle of the dialog is the Home Page section, featuring three choices involving your browser's home page setting.
The first choice, selected by default, is Use the New Tab page. Chrome's New Tab page displays titles and thumbnail images of the websites which you visit the most often as well as links to the three tabs which you have most recently closed.
The second item in the Home Page section of Chrome's Basic Options is labeled Open this page. If you would like to set your browser's home page to a specific URL, select this option and enter the address, http://www.clarksdaleinfo.com
The third item in the Home Page section of Google's Basic Options is a check box labeled Show Home button on the toolbar. Disabled by default, this setting will display a Home Page button on Chrome's toolbar. The button is placed directly to the left of the browser's address bar.
To add this button to your toolbar, simply check the box and click on the Close button.
the Home Button has been added to my toolbar. Clicking on it loads the browser's home page in the current tab.
Safari (popularity 4.2%)
From the Safari menu, select Preferences
Click the General icon and enter the URL http://clarksdaleinfo.com into the Home