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    How do I stop Safari on iOS from doing this?

    When you open Safari on iOS, you see icons/shortcuts for your most frequently visited websites. Say www.rage3d.com/board/ is one of them. If I use that Rage3D shortcut but keep visiting the PC Gaming section most of the time, the Rage3D shortcut (www.rage3d.com/board/) will eventually learn that and directly take me to the PC Gaming section when I tap on it. I want it to go to the main page regardless of whatever section I frequent most. Is there any way to stop Safari from doing this?
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    Hit Edit blow where it says Privacy report, and you’ll have a list of options you can enable / disable.

    I have frequently visited, Siri suggestions and Reading list disabled so only my R3d bookmark shows.

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      #3
      Well I did the steps to remove a frequently visited website and it ended up clearing all my frequently visited websites. No big deal since they were all UPS or FedEX tracking pages. Basically open up a new tab, you'll see a Favorites heading and a Frequently visited heading. Just hold click on the one you want to remove and a pop up menu will give you an option to delete.

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        #4
        You can add R3D to your favorites. That way you won’t be relying on most visited history to choose things for you.

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