LinuxGazette.net: Getting a Better Browsing Experience with Mozilla
Jun 07, 2004, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"OK, so the average browsing experience with Mozilla is pretty
good to begin with, but Mozilla can be extended in several ways to
get greater functionality. I'm only covering ways to improve
browsing in this article; though there are many other extensions
available, from games to web development tools. You can even get UI
designers for developing your own Mozilla extensions.
"Of course, many people will say that the best way to use
Mozilla is to install FireFox, but I'm still a bit too comfortable
in Mozilla to consider changing. In any event, using extensions
such as the Tabbed Browsing Extensions add FireFox's abilities (and
more) to Mozilla..."