Thursday November 11th, 1999
A new book, "Netscape Mozilla Soure Code Guide" by William Stanek, is available now at Amazon.com. In the author's words, the book contains "hundreds of useful 'from the source' listings that demonstrate key programming concepts." If you pick it up, we'd love to hear what you have to say about it.
Also, some of you may have seen the new Netcenter designs. They don't show up all the time, so you may need to reload Netcenter a number of times to see them. They also bear a striking resemblance to the current Mozilla skin. Each new design has a link to a survey where you can give Netscape your opinions on the design.
Thanks to the many readers who submitted these news items...
I would go for C. Apart from a few obvious cosmetic fixes, I would move the About Netcenter|Add Site... and the copyright notice back to centered bottom and use an enlarged version of the Netcenter logo from page A. Worst is page B, and on page A I think those sections down the left should each have a rounded header. Other than that, I can't see a problem. I think it would be great if Netcenter could look the same as Netscape 5 (and I personally like that skin, though there should be a dialog box offering a boring Windows skin ala Netscape 4, an IE style skin for people migrating and the new skin selected by default). BUT, I don't think it should be used for Netcenter before at least Beta, if not final release.
And that title was terrible, wasn't it?