How can I return directly to the page I'm working on?

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Many times each day I'm working on a page in the Yola site builder and I must leave that page in order to go find a fact or image on the Web. After I've found that nugget of information, I want to return to my page and add it. And every single time, I have to go to my index page first and only then can I return to the page I was working on.

First, is there any way that I can return directly to the page I was working on, without that intermediate step of going through the index page? Second, if that is not possible now, could that be changed? It's not a big deal but it means an extra, oh, 400 or 500 steps each month!
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Hi Keara,

It's a great idea and I'll pass it on to our development team. An alternative would be to open other sites in other tabs in your browser while the Sitebuilder is still open.
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Thanks, Marije. :) I'd love to know how to do as you suggest - open other sites in other tabs, but I don't seem to be able to do that. Is there any special trick that I just never caught onto? (I'm using Firefox, whichever version is the latest.)
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If you go File > New Tab, it should open a new tab in Firefox. I think the key shortcut on a Windows machine is Ctrl-T (I could be wrong). Give it a try!
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Marije, thank you so much. That information just might revolutionize my entire browsing experience!
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Glad to hear it!
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To add to what Marije posted, if you want to open a link (in this forum or on any site), instead of just clicking it, use Ctrl-Click to open it in a new tab.

The Ctrl-Click also works for opening a bookmark in a new tab.

Yes, it will revolutionize your browsing from here on out!
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Even better though is if you have a video card that supports 2 monitors and have them side by side....That helps me go much much faster.Not only on site builder...For example when I have orders to process...I open my PayPal account in one screen and my Peachtree accounting program in the other.....WAY WAY better.
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Margie, thanks for another great tip. It will help me a lot.