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Since then, subsequent releases of Safari have added ever more ways for you to find your way back to Web pages that you use regularly.
Today, in El Capitan’s Safari 9, the number and variety of Web page tracking features have begun to tax the memory of the typical user.
How do I disable the auto-updating of the Top Sites in Safari?
Safari's Top Sites feature is a handy way to quickly access your favorite sites.
Heck, a sheet of paper probably wouldn’t even hold all the Web sites many of us visit in a single day.
But if you’re like many people, you head back to the many of the same pages, day after day, to see what’s new.
I know this may seem like an attempt to defeat the purpose of Top Sites in the first place, but I find that if it auto-updates any of the Top Sites that are forum-based, all of the unread topics are marked as read.
So, an even better solution would be the ability to exclude the auto-update of certain URLs/domains, etc. I don't know of any method of making it selective.