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Have you downloaded Mozilla yet? Do yourself a favor and give it a try today!
One of the features I love about Mozilla 1.0 is the tabbed windows. You can also create "groups" of bookmarks, so you can open all your working windows easily everytime you relaunch the application.
Here's an example groups file to get you started if you'd like to try this out.
After replacing the site names and urls in the example file, select "Manage Bookmarks" from the "Bookmarks" menu bar up top. Once in the Bookmark window, select "Tools" and then "Import" to have your groups added to the Bookmark menus.
You also might want to engage the "View" - "Show/Hide" "Sidebar" feature, so that you can look at your bookmark groups and open and close the little expanding windows.
Well I just found the first thing out that sucks about Mozilla 1.0: it still has no default CSS or XSLT stylesheet when none is specified so you can view and parse, view and debug XML fragments easily.
It just means that Internet Explorer is stilll my XML Development browser of choice, for now.
There's supposed to be some way to configure client side stylesheets, so I'll try to go find that feature...I guess (shrug).
After going to last week's Mozilla party, I figured I'd download it and give it a try.
A friend pointed some cool features out to me (See linked graphics below for instructions on configuring these):
You can select which search engine is used within the address bar.
You can configure it to turn off images (ads) from a particular server.