101 Things Mozilla Can Do That IE Can't
Tuesday November 5th, 2002
Rob Hudson writes: "Found this interesting list of 101 things (some more obscure than others) that Mozilla can do that IE can't." The list, by Neil Deakin of XulPlanet, has been doing the rounds for a few days now and is currently ranked in second place on Blogdex.
#4 More features
by jesse <email@example.com>
Tuesday November 5th, 2002 6:29 PM
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- When a browser window is maximized, the scrollbar is at the right edge of the screen, making it easier to click the scrollbar thumb.
- I can middle-click a link to open the link in a new window (or in a new tab, depending on a pref).
- Frequent releases and nightlies.
- Good support for bookmarklets ( <http://www.squarefree.com/bookmarklets/> ), including "test styles" and "zap".
- Support for several CSS features that are especially useful for user style sheets ( <http://www.squarefree.com/userstyles/> ), such as max-width, :before, attribute substring selectors, -moz-outline, and XBL. The list mentions these CSS features (61, 64, 66, 67, 51) but doesn't differentiate them from the author-oriented items surrounding them.
Related lists: <http://www.kirun.co.uk/web/whymoz/why.htm> (Why Mozilla Rules) <http://mywebpage.netscape…om/aufbau01/features.html> (Mozilla features useful for porn surfing)