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Multiple Accounts Open at the Same Time


Some players like to have multiple accounts open at the same time. To open more than one account on the same computer, instead of going to to log on, go to


If you copy that web address to several windows, you will be able to log on to more than one account at the same time. It may take some practice to get all of the windows spaced correctly, but if you place them just right across your screen, you can watch multiple accounts at once.

Google Chrome

If you use Google Chrome, you can use a different method. First, open the Webkinz World login page normally. Then, right click on the bar at the top of the page. A menu should drop down. In than menu, you will see a "Duplicate" option. Click it, and a new login page will come up. Using this method, you can have any amount of pages open as you need.


Layering Windows

A good strategy to use during click fests when you are opening multiple accounts in Webkinz World is to resize the windows so they all show the left-most part of the Webkinz World screen. You are then in an excellent position to see whatever is floating and quickly click the window and still have the rest of the screen in which to catch the item. Then click on each window again starting with the left-most window to align them all properly to wait for the next flying item.

By having all windows lined up with the left most window being highest and then each subsequent window a little lower each window can always be clicked on and aligned properly with ease. You can even have a window open on the right for doing other things like checking out things on Webkinz Insider.


Windows 7

If you use Windows 7, there's another option available to you. You can open several different windows and then click on your browser's icon. This will show you smaller versions of every window you have open.

When a object floats by on one of the screens, simply click on the screen and then on the object. Then, click on the browser icon to return to the multi-screen view.

The up-side to this is that you get a full screen shot of each window you have open. Unfortunately, they're very small, which may be a problem on a computer with a smaller screen, like a Netbook. Also, it isn't possible to play on any of the screens. As soon as you click on one, the others fade to the background.