By default, whenever you create a new tab or a new page in Safari, the browser opens to Top Sites, which displays thumbnails of Web pages that you have visited frequently. As you rack up web browsing history, the Top Sites presentation changes to match your new interests. You’re not stuck with the layout Safari gives you however. There are several things you can do to customize your Smart Sites page:
- Click and drag to rearrange the thumbnails.
- Delete a thumbnail by moving your mouse pointer over the thumbnail and then click the x when it appears.
- Pin a site so that it always stays on the Top Sites page. Move your mouse pointer over the thumbnail and then click the pin icon when it appears.
- To add a new Web page to Top Sites, drag its link from the Sidebar to the Top Sites window
Click and hold on the + symbol to the left of the address bar until the menu appears and then click Top Sites under the Add To area.
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