RSS and Tabbed Browsing in Safari, Firefox, and Camino

Tabbed browsing is a good way to reduce the amount of clutter that your browser makes on your desktop when you view several web pages at the same time. Instead of opening multiple windows, tabbed browsing displays all the pages within a single window. It's especially useful when reading news feeds such as weblogs. In this article, I will first discuss the built-in support of RSS in Firefox and how it makes use of tabbed browsing, and then discuss the tabbed browsing feature in Safari and Camino.
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January 12, 2005 08:22 AM | Posted in Mozilla

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do you think if the tabs opened from same RSS feed, or from same search key word, are grouped into a bigger tab should give user a better experience of reading RSS or searching?

Site icon Comment by cyfer at January 12, 2005 06:00 PM | Permalink

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