Holy crap. I didn't know I had this in me. I just coded the most aesthetically pleasing new tab page I've ever seen. The search bar even works and searches .

All that's left is hosting it locally so I get blazing speeds.

@amolith I've been considering tackling something similar to this myself because there is a painfully long pause after opening FF the first time per session before the "top sites" display gets rendered. Since it is mostly pinned sites, I figured a static, locally hosted page would work much better.

@ajdunevent Unless you're going to use a webserver to host it locally, you'll have to do what I did and host it somewhere else or write a single HTML file with all the CSS and have it reference third-parties for all the fonts and icons and such. I haven't found an extension lets you do anything locally without a single file or webserver.

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