A Beginner’s Guide to Safari Tabs

Over the last few years, browser tabs have become the standard way most people view multiple websites at the same time. It is easy to start using Safari tabs and it keeps your desktop cleaner and makes it easier to jump between multiple web pages.

Comments: 6 Responses to “A Beginner’s Guide to Safari Tabs”

    Rick
    2 years ago

    If you want to close all Safari tabs at once, hold down the option key and click the X on any tab. All will close except that one.

    Ulrich Maasmeier
    2 years ago

    1. for often visited pages I use a startpage, which is available at all browsers, like http://www.start.io
    2. the most used pages I visit every day are on pinned tabs, which also can’t be closed by mistake. They are available in every new window (but load only when actively accessed) – very handy.

    Geoff Matson
    1 year ago

    Thanks for making my mac life easier with this great video on Safari Tabs.

    Al Maloney
    1 year ago

    How do I make the tabs of fixed maximum width?
    I do not like the way 2 or 3 tabs expand to the width of the window.

    1 year ago

    Al: Tabs will fill the space. So with 2 tabs, each takes up 50%. With 3 tabs, each takes up 33.3%. And so on. That’s just how it works. Otherwise, there would be blank space to the right.

    Al Maloney
    1 year ago

    Gary:
    I prefer the way the maximum tab width works in Firefox where there is that blank space to the right of tabs.
    The 50% or 33% tab requires a greater excursion of the cursor just to move to a new tab.
    For me, a smaller fixed maximum tab width is aesthetically superior when there is more than one tab.
    I’d like to have the option to set it.

    I guess its what one gets used to.

    Thanks for your quick reply. You have been, and are, providing a great service to the Mac community.

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