Navigator and Explorer: The World Wide Web on a Caffeine High
In This Chapter
A Not-So-Zen Look at Browsers
To add further confusion to the brew, although it is said that
Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 supports
official reference documentation. Depending
upon whom one believes, this was either because Netscape prevented Microsoft from accessing this
reference material or because Microsoft did not want to get into bed with Netscape. In any case, M
a programming language that behaves the same way. After doing so, Microsoft named their language
Microsoft has vacillated, sometimes claiming that Internet Explorer supports JScript and other times
Ultimately, JScript, or whatever one calls it, is mostly
Ill cover a few of those instances later in this book.
A Brief Editorial
Up and Running
Whether you currently use Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer, its probably best to have both. If you need one or the other, you can get them from the Internet:
Netscape Navigator 2.02, 3.0, and 4.0 (also known as Communicator when available) can be found at http://www.netscape.com
Confusing as this is, heres what it boils down to:
The Least You Need to Know
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