PCWorld.com Compares Mozilla 1.0, Netscape 7 and RapidBrowser XP
Thursday August 1st, 2002
PCWorld.com is the latest publication to examine Internet Explorer alternatives. This latest review looks at Mozilla 1.0, Netscape 7.0 Preview Release 1 and a RapidBrowser XP, a browser designed for broadband users. Though short, the article neatly sums up the differences between Mozilla and Netscape. Of the three browsers, Mozilla gets the highest rating, with four-and-a-half starts out of five to Netscape's four and RapidBrowser's three-and-a-half.
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Friday August 2nd, 2002 2:00 PM
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yes! but they feature document.all and other rubbish, because they even use this on their own pages. A rather big German webdesign website still writes "document.all for MSIE and Opera, document.layers for Netscape 4 and document.getElementById für Netscape 6", their you think doc.all is the standard and Netscape 6 has just another proprietary DOM! (not to mention, that doc.all only works sometimes in Opera)