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The DevEdge RSS-News Ticker Toolbar

The DevEdge news ticker toolbar is an extension for the Netscape 7.1 browser. This toolbar displays headlines for articles from DevEdge, C|Net and NYT. The toolbar extension was created based on the DevEdge Toolbar technote. [go]

What's New in Netscape 7.1 for Web Developers

Netscape 7.1 promises to quickly become the dominant Netscape browser. Learn about the new features for web developers available in Netscape 7.1. [go]

Windows Media Player in Netscape 7.1

This article describes how to use the Microsoft Windows Media Player ActiveX control in Netscape 7.1 on Windows. [go]

Using the :target selector

When a URL points at a specific piece of a document, it can be difficult to ascertain. Fnd out how you can use some simple CSS to draw attention to the target of a URL and improve the user's experience. [go]

Fighting Junk Mail with Netscape 7.1

Is your mail account drowning in a flood of spam? Netscape 7.1 includes built-in junk mail filtering that you can train to meet your specific needs. Eric Meyer share his experiences with making the junk mail controls more effective, and looks at other preferences you might want to set to keep your account safe. [go]

Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) Support in Netscape 7.1/Mozilla 1.4

Beginning with Netscape 7.1 (Mozilla 1.4), support for Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) is built in the browser. This article presents a brief history of IDN and how IDN works in Netscape 7.1 (Mozilla 1.4) as the user types in a non-ASCII domain name or click on a link containing a non-ASCII domain name. [go]

Revealing Accesskey Information

Accesskeys can make a Web page much more usable, but they're usually so thoroughly hidden that nobody knows they're available, let alone what they are. Contributor Stuart Robinson shows how generated content can be used to make accesskey information visible, and therefore useful as well as usable. [go]

Accessing Web Services In Netscape 7.1/Mozilla 1.4 Using WSDL Proxying

Learn how to access web services in Netscape 7.1/Mozilla 1.4 using WSDL proxying from JavaScript. [go]

The Search for the Missing Link

Sometimes, a Web design can make links look so much like regular text that it's hard to see a difference between the two. Contributor Stuart Robertson shows how to take advantage of CSS hover styles to make the links stand out. [go]

How to Turn Off Form Autocompletion

This technote discusses how a web site can prevent Netscape Gecko-based browsers (such as Mozilla and Netscape 7) from remembering form and password field information in session history cache and also how to prevent the user from being prompted by the browser to store this information. [go]

Standards-Based Collapsible Table of Contents Widget (CTOCWidget)

Learn how XML and the W3C DOM were used to create the collapsible tree widgets used in the tables of content for the JavaScript Guide and Reference additions to the DevEdge MultiBar Sidebar tab. [go]

Inner-Browsing: Extending Web Browsing the Navigation Paradigm

This article introduces a paradigm where navigation and access to information occurs inside a web page - as opposed to the traditional model where a new web page is sent to the web browser when new information is requested. [go]

How to Implement a Netscape MultiBar Sidebar Tab

Learn how to create your own version of DevEdge's MultiBar sidebar tab to reuse on your own site. [go]

The Importance of Correct Commenting

Learn why writing correct comments is crucial in Gecko in standards mode and in all XML content. [go]

The XSLT/JavaScript Interface In Gecko

Learn about Gecko's XSLT/JavaScript bindings and how to use the power of XSLT from JavaScript. [go]

Case Study in a Successful Standards-Based Migration

Contributor Jeremy Stanton of Media Farm LLC outlines the steps they took to solve a client's design and performance issues through application of standards-based coding practices, and provides general best practices to help other web managers make a similar migration. [go]

Using Breakpoints in Venkman

This article describes breakpoints in JavaScript and how to use the Venkman JavaScript debugger to set and examine breakpoints. [go]

Scripting Plugins: Macromedia Flash

This article discusses scripting the Macromedia Flash plugin -- that is, exposing the plugin to JavaScript so the Flash plugin can access the JavaScript functions in the HTML page. [go]

Styling the Amazing Netscape Fish Cam Page

A classic reborn! The Amazing Netscape Fish Cam Page has been restructured and restyled for the new millenium, ditching tables for strong and accessible markup. Take a cruise through one aspect of the redesign with master styler Eric Meyer. [go]

Using Mozilla in Testing and Debugging Web Sites

Learn about features in Mozilla which allow you to quickly find and debug errors in your web site and web applications. [go]

Tips For Authoring Fast-loading HTML Pages

Learn common-sense tips for producing HTML pages which load quickly and provide visitor satisfaction. [go]

Rich-Text Editing in Mozilla 1.3

Learn about the designMode implementation in Mozilla 1.3 which converts HTML documents into rich-text editing widgets. [go]

An Interview With Mike Davidson of ESPN (Part 2)

In the second part of a two-part interview, Mike Davidson of ESPN.com gets into the nuts and bolts of standards-based redesign as he talks about code changes, points out the limitations of CSS-driven layout, discusses ways to gather intelligent redesign feedback, shares advice for designers, and much more. [go]

An Interview With Mike Davidson of ESPN (Part 1)

ESPN.com, one of the Web's biggest sports-related Web sites, is moving to standards-based, non-table layout. When so prominent a Web site makes such a move, what does it mean to them and to the rest of us? We talk with ESPN's Mike Davidson about the change, the decisions, the benefits, and a whole lot more in the first part of a two-part interview. [go]

The Business Benefits of Web Standards

Refer to - and copy from - this article if you need to make a business case for creating cross-browser, standards-based websites and applications. [go]

Choosing Standards Compliance Over Proprietary Practices

Learn why conforming to open technology standards external to an organization is just as important following internal procedural standards. [go]

Interacting with Viewpoint Content via JavaScript

Learn how to use JavaScript to enable Netscape Gecko browsers to interact with the Viewpoint plugin to create rich media experiences and dynamic, 3D content. [go]

SOAP in Netscape Gecko-based Browsers

Learn how to use SOAP in Netscape Gecko to access web services. [go]

DevEdge Redesign FAQ

Since the initial launch of our no-table redesign, we've gotten some questions about what we did and why we did it. Wondering how we got the URLs to show up in printouts? Puzzled by our font-sizing choices? The answers await. [go]

Issues Arising From Arbitrary-Element Hover

Thanks to long-standing limitations, we're used to thinking of hover styles as applying only to hyperlinks, which has led to some sloppy authoring practices that are now causing problems for some Web sites. This technote explains the source of the problems and how to avoid encountering them. [go]

Properly Using CSS and JavaScript in XHTML Documents

Learn why using inline style and script tags in XHTML is a problem and how to avoid it. [go]

Prefetching Content for Increased Performance

Learn how to optimize download speeds of your webpages using link prefetching. [go]

Properly Configuring Server MIME Types

MIME types are intended to be used to inform user agents about the media types of documents contained in email and on the web. Learn why properly configuring your web server and using a web browser such as Netscape 7.x which respects the reported MIME type of media is important for the quality of experience of your visitors as well as their security. [go]

Netscape DevEdge Redesigns As Standards Showcase

Netscape DevEdge now showcases efficient, accessible cross-browser design. A tableless, CSS-driven design lets the visitor choose their preferred theme and incorporates a host of other improvements. Learn more in this look at some key features. [go]

Netscape DevEdge Redesign: JavaScript

Learn about the use of JavaScript in Netscape's DevEdge which is used to extend pure CSS-based menus to support most modern browsers. [go]

Netscape DevEdge Redesign: CSS

A look at the CSS that drives the newly redesigned DevEdge, including some of the workarounds necessary for supporting browsers that don't have sufficiently advanced CSS implementations. [go]

XSLT in Netscape Gecko

Learn how XSLT 1.0 transformations can be run inside Netscape Gecko based clients such as Netscape 7.x as well as other XSLT 1.0 compliant browsers. The article also shows how to generate HTML from an XML source. [go]

DevEdge International

This page provides a brief introduction to DevEdge International and its generalconcepts. [go]

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