Make MyVeronaNJ Your Home Page


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myVeronaNJ-125x125v1What Web sites do you click on every day? The Weather Channel to check the forecast? The high school athletic calendar to double-check where your son’s game is this evening? The town Web site to find out if it’s newspapers or commingled? Your e-mail inbox to search for the time for the Beefsteak fundraiser? for sports scores? No doubt, many of these are on your list–and each requires you to open a new window and make a separate click.

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get all this information from one screen, and it was all just one click away? Well, you can, simply by making your home page! Not only do we give you  one-click access to all the town-related sites you visit, but you’ll keep up-to-date on all the news that affects your daily life in town. Remember to refresh your browser often, because new posts go up all the time. Here’s how to make us your home page:

While keeping open on one screen, open up a new browser. If you use Internet Explorer 7 or higher, look for the little house on the tool bar and click on the down arrow next to it. Select “Add or Change Home Page” and then “Use this page as your only home page.” Click “Yes” and you’re done. If you use Firefox, click on the “Tools” tab, then “Options”. Paste into the slot for Home Page, click OK and you’re good to go. If you use Apple’s Safari, open it, click on the Safari title at the top left and go to Preferences and click on the first tab. Drop Web address into the home page slot and close. If you use Opera, Sea Monkey or Amaya, you are tech-savvy enough that you don’t need our help. (We, however, may need yours if you also know WordPress and PHP coding.)

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Julia Martin Langan
Julia Martin Langan
Julia Martin Langan moved to Verona in 1989. A long-time journalist, she has been on the staff of Money, Sports Illustrated, Bride’s and Redbook magazines. Her articles on health and parenting appear in a variety of national publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Newsday, Parents, Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, Self and Family Circle. She and her husband Greg have three school-aged children, and are members of Our Lady of the Lake Church. You can reach Julia at [email protected]


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