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|121:|| Netscape SmartDownload ELU Not Applicable|
The first ruling in the "Netscape Is SpyWare" suit has come down against Netscape.
|Oct 2, 2002|
|122:|| Netscape 8.0 Browser release|
"...all-new Netscape 8.0, which automatically adjusts safety and security settings to help protect users as they explore the Web. Based on Firefox(TM) 1.0.3, Netscape 8.0 seamlessly and automatically switches between the rendering engines used by the Firefox(TM) and Internet Explorer (IE) browsers to help ensure maximum compatibility on known/trusted sites and maximum safety on unknown or potentially dangerous sites, without the user having to do anything."
|May 19, 2005|
|123:|| Netscape 8 Disables XML Rendering in IE|
Heads Up! Netscape 8 creates a registry change that disables XML rendering in IE.
|May 26, 2005|
|124:|| Netscape 4.8 Released|
Yes, you read that version number right.
|Aug 18, 2002|
|125:|| Netscape 4 - Just Die Already!|
Like a bad horror flick, we keep trying to get that last nail in the coffin of Netscape 4.
|May 12, 2003|
|126:|| Multiple Page Forms - High Degree of Difficulty|
"I am trying to develop a form that has multiple pages..."
|June 11, 2002|
|127:|| Mozilla to Experiment With Social Networking In The Browser|
"Enter "The Coop", a Mozilla Labs project to experiment with adding social tools to the web browser."
|Apr 4, 2007|
|128:|| Mozilla and Firefox Flaws Exposed|
SecurityFocus has released a warning about three problems that affect Mozilla on all platforms.
|Jan 7, 2005|
|129:|| Mozilla Seamonkey 1.0 released|
|Jan 31, 2006|
|130:|| Mozilla Release Security Update to Fix Domain Name Phishing||Mar 23, 2005|
|131:|| Mozilla Phoenix 0.1 Alpha Build Released|
Phoenix is a a trimmed down version of Mozilla that attempts to address Mozillas core problem of bloat.
|Sept 26, 2002|
|132:|| Mozilla 1.3 Released|
Includes a few new features, fixes for performance, standards compliance and site compatibility.
|Mar 14, 2003|
|133:|| Mozilla 1.1Alpha out|
Hot on the heals of Moz 1.0 comes version 1.1 with about 15 new changes and a full trainload of bug fixes.
|June 12, 2002|
|134:|| Mozilla 1.1 Released|
Numerous bug fixes and enhancements.
|Aug 27, 2002|
|135:|| Mozilla 1.0 Release Candidate 1|
Mozilla releases version 1.0 release candidate 1.
|Apr 19, 2002|
|136:|| Mozilla 0.9.7 Raises Browser Bar.|
Is 2002 the year of the Big Comeback for Netscape? Mozilla.org is making strong headway with it's latest release.
|Dec 23, 2001|
|137:|| Mouseover Menus - dhtml dream or usability nightmare?|
Yes, they've been trendy for over a year - but do those DHTML menu systems really work for website visitors?
|Feb 17, 2004|
|138:|| Modern Browsers Actively Patch Broken Website Code|
Often a broken site is not the browser's fault, but it most definitely is the browser's problem. The Opera Core Developers have published an article that explores the under-appreciated area of "site patching".
|Apr 8, 2009|
|139:|| Microsoft, Mozilla, Opera and Konqueror Hold Security Summit|
"...by sitting down at the same table, we have done more to enhance the security of the Internet than we could competing alone."
|Nov 23, 2005|
|140:|| Microsoft's Slate Magazine, Recommends FireFox: Browser Wars Heating Up Again|
In one of the more bizarre footnotes of the browser wars comes this delicious little ironic entry from Microsoft's Slate Magazine: "it was enough to make me ditch Explorer in favor of the much less vulnerable Firefox browser"
|July 11, 2004|
|141:|| Microsoft's Research Paper on the Gazelle Web Browser||July 12, 2009|
|142:|| Microsoft to Push Upgrade IE6 to IE7 on Feb 12|
"Microsoft has warned corporate administrators that it will push a new version of Internet Explorer 7 their way next month, and it has posted guidelines on how to ward off the automatic update if admins want to keep the older IE6 browser on their companies' machines."
|Jan 22, 2008|
|143:|| Microsoft opens a public bug database for IE|
"Microsoft is for the first time encouraging people to give public feedback on Internet Explorer, with the creation of a bug database for the next version of its browser, IE 7 beta."
|Mar 27, 2006|
|144:|| Microsoft and Eolas settle patent dispute|
"Microsoft Corp. and Eolas Technologies Inc. have settled their long-running legal battle, according to a letter sent to Eolas shareholders. The suit charged Microsoft with infringing on Eolas patents in its Internet Explorer browser."
|Aug 31, 2007|
|145:|| Microsoft Urges Windows Users To Avoid Safari|
"Windows users who visit a booby-trapped site with Safari could be forced to download and execute malicious files with no prompting, Microsoft says."
|June 1, 2008|
|146:|| Microsoft Shows Developers IE9 Platform Preview|
"Coming in the new version is support for new Web standards including plug-in-free video; better performance with graphics, text, and JavaSript by taking advantage of modern computing hardware; and a new effort at gathering and responding to feedback from those using the prototype software,"
|Mar 16, 2010|
|147:|| Microsoft Settles With AOL - AOL Locks in to IE for 7 Years|
"In conjunction with the $750 million settlement, the two companies announced a seven-year licensing agreement that allows AOL Time Warner to use Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser in its flagship Internet service provider service."
|May 30, 2003|
|148:|| Microsoft Proposes Opt-In Standards Compliance for IE8|
"We realized that the model for web development was really 'write to the standard, then test against and fix problems in the most popular browsers.' (...) we ended up with a <meta>-based 'opt-in to the browser version I tested with' strategy."
|Jan 23, 2008|
|149:|| Microsoft Prepares "Out of Band" Patch for Internet Explorer||Jan 20, 2010|
|150:|| Microsoft Paid Opera $12million To Head Off Law Suit On Access Denial|
"Microsoft agreed to pay Norway's Opera Software $12.75m to head off a threatened lawsuit over code that made some Web pages on MSN look bad in certain versions of Opera's Web browser, ZDNet UK sister site CNET News.com has learned."
|May 24, 2004|
|151:|| Microsoft Loses $520 million over IE|
"A federal judge on Wednesday upheld a jury ruling that Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer (IE) Web browser infringed on a patent owned by Eolas Technologies Inc. and the University of California, and ordered the company to pay $520.6 million in damages."
|Jan 15, 2004|
|152:|| Microsoft Keeps IE6 Life-Support Machine Switched On Until 2014|
"The software giant said it would support IE6 until 2014 - four years beyond the original deadline."
|Aug 14, 2009|
|153:|| Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 Released|
The English Language version of IE 7 has been released.
|Oct 19, 2006|
|154:|| Microsoft IE7 - How Wide Is/Will The Distribution Be?|
"...the new beta is out and so far it looks promising. They even seem to be interested in mindshare, and it seems they want to get things right this time. So let's step back a moment and have a look at the consequences for web developers."
|Feb 15, 2006|
|155:|| Microsoft Build a "code zapper" for IE|
"If a patch isn't available, a BrowserShield-enabled tool bar can be used to clean pages hosting malicious content."
|Sept 5, 2006|
|156:|| Meta tags and more - from <head> to </head>|
One of the topics that keeps coming up is the head section of an html document - meta tags and all that. This thread offers a solid reference.
|Sept 3, 2005|
|157:|| Meta Tags & How to Use Them|
"After reading online about a lot of changes in how important/not-important certain meta tags are now-a-days, I'm now wondering which ones on the above list should stay, which should go, which should be added."
|Aug 1, 2007|
|158:|| Mastery, Mystery and Misery of the User Interface|
Jakob serves up a classic analogy to describe the current state of UI design.
|Sept 1, 2004|
|159:|| Making your Site Accessibile|
"10 tips and techniques for making your site accessible"
|June 12, 2003|
|160:|| Making a site more printer-friendly|
...One of the sites I'm working on can't be printed without a chunk of the right side getting lopped off...
|Oct 31, 2001|