Introduction to Mozilla Manual Available in Draft Form

Wednesday November 19th, 2003

Kevin Quiggle writes: "A new Introduction to Mozilla — A Manual for First Time Users is now available in draft form. This document provides an introduction to the most useful features and capabilities of Mozilla (1.5) for people who have never used it before. The author is currently seeking review and comment with a goal of completing the document by year-end."

#18 Re: Re: Forcing Mozilla

by jgraham

Thursday November 20th, 2003 3:06 PM

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And as a slightly more useful point; you might not require everyone to have a pentel pencil for drawing class, but we were certianly required to have a 2B grade pencil for art class; in fact I seem to recall not having one being a detainable offence. So it's a case of using the right tool for the job. If you're trying to teach web standards, Mozilla is a much better place to start than IE since it actually conforms to a useful subset of those standards. Try explaining the CSS box model if a third of your class is using Mozilla, a third IE 5 and a third IE 6.