Replacing DHTML Menus with XUL
Monday April 5th, 2004
Nigel McFarlane writes in with news about his latest article on using XUL rather than DHTML to create Web page menus: "I've written another article highlighting the features of Mozilla. To the best of my knowledge this is the first 'dirty XUL trick' that might appeal to web developers. It's nice to see that the Mozilla styling and layout systems are robust enough to support this kind of fiddling. It would be wonderful to see a full Web toolkit of XBL objects spring up to replace the junk we do in Dynamic HTML."
#16 Re: Open XUL Alliance - A Rich Internet For Everyo
Tuesday April 6th, 2004 4:06 PM
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Beware that gerald does not use the word XUL in the way most mozilla developers use the word XUL (and I think mozilla.org have asked him to change the name of his site).
Mozilla dev's XUL = the language that the mozilla interface is written in. Gerald's XUL = any xml-based user interface language.