Why Mozilla matters

The truth is, I never use IE any more. On Windows, Mac OS, and Linux, my weapon of choice is Mozilla Firebird. In fact, both IE and Mozilla can do more sophisticated things than many people realize. My Weblog has a search feature, for example, that works by pulling XML content into the browser, querying it locally using XPath, and dynamically updating a rich results display. But while IE and Mozilla can both perform this magic, Mozilla has some other tricks up its sleeve. One I've been exploring lately is the DOM Level 2 Traversal and Range API, which Mozilla supports but IE doesn't.

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October 13, 2003 03:19 PM | Posted in Mozilla


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Earlier on I posted a link to Linky - a Mozilla extension allowing to work with all or part of the links in the page. I want to get even more usability of Mozilla and of weblogs by being able to work with all or a part of open tabs. For example (and i...

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