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I use several pages once a day and so I would like to stitch them or put them together under one "roof" as such. I thought that have them all one one web page would be perfect. But how do I go about doing this? For example, I would like a single web page (tab in my browser) that contains the feeds/or pages from Google Analytics, Klout Dashboard, etc.

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Have you considered making our own page and embedding all those things as iframes? – kush Aug 15 '13 at 14:07
Yes, considered and rejected, I was looking for a built in or app-install tool. Really wanted a solution for Chrome as opposed to Firefox. – Bartley Aug 16 '13 at 11:53
It's not exactly what you are asking for, but I think our product could be useful for what you want. It's a screensaver that displays web pages in rotation: Screensaver.Ninja. – Pablo Apr 25 '15 at 12:49
That's great, not quite what I was looking for but still really good to have, thanks. – Bartley Apr 25 '15 at 13:02
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Try using the Firefox add-on Super Start. It allows you to add links to any number of websites on one page.

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you can use greasemonkey to piece different webpages together in firefox. there may be similar plugins/addons for chrome or other browsers though.

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This is more of an answer to the suggestion of iframes within the comments of the post by @Kush.

You may be able to do this with HTML for some sites.


<iframe src="" width="200" height="200" scrolling="yes"></iframe> 
<iframe src="" width="200" height="200" scrolling="yes"></iframe> 


Copy the code above, paste into a text file, save it as MyPage.html and run it!

You will have issues though, such as you will have to log in first (I suspect) in some situations...

Sadly, some sites prevent the browser from displaying iFrames that are not hosted on the same domain as the parent page. As you can see, the w3school does work, the Google link does not.

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