The following guest post is from Karl Burns with KB3 Solutions. Mr. Burns is a Mac consultant based in Charleston, SC, and his business focuses on consulting with small and medium sized law firms:
When in Safari have you ever wanted to have multiple pages open at once? Do away with the frustration of having to open/close different web pages to view. In Safari, go to View/Customize Toolbar.
Open Customize Toolbar and left click hold, drag/drop the New Tab button to the right of the forward/back button. There are more Customizable options in Customize Toolbar that you may want to implement, just left click hold, drag/drop them to the toolbar. Click Done in the bottom right when finished.
You can just click on it to open a new tab/web site. You can then open multiple web pages at once and just click on the tab of the site you want to view.
Open Bookmark Tabs all at once: If there are multiple sites that you want to have open on a regular basis, just create a Folder. In the Toolbar, click Bookmarks/Add Bookmark Folder. Name the Folder, drag/drop all the sites that you want to have open into that Folder while in Bookmarks View. Then left click drag/drop that Folder into your Bookmarks in your Safari Toolbar.
Then, just right click on that Folder in the Bookmarks Toolbar and select ‘Open in Tabs’. All of the Bookmarks that you have dropped into that folder will open at once in Safari, try it!