This extension makes sure there will be only one tab open for the specified/configured domain URL.
If change happens on any tab URL, the extension will check if the domain of new URL is matching with the defined and configured domain URL.In case if there is a match all the tabs will be checked if the defined and configured domain URL is already open on any of the tabs and if any tab found the new URL will be opened in the already existing tab and the tab sourcing the URL will be closed. You can configure the domain URL from the extension options link on the extension details page.
- (2022-11-22, v:0.0.1) Stephen Avery: Recording the Original URL
Hi. Your Chrome Extension works very well and is exactly what I need for a client. They have a web site which each user has opened and logged into each day. If a user pastes a new URL into the same Chrome tab, with the same domain as your extension looks for, then the tab will navigate to the new sub URL without needing to log back in. If my code shell executes the same URL, a new tab is opened and the original URL changes to the Login page of the Domain. Your extension then uses the new URL to update the existing tab, which in turn displays the Login page of the domain. Would there be any way for your Extension to store the original URL before it changes to the Login URL so when it finds the matching tabs URL it overwrites the already logged in tab with the originally supplied URL? If so, I am happy to pay for this change. I'm also from NZ so would like to support a fellow Kiwi.