Intro to Mozilla Navigator
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Intro to Mozilla Navigator

Download and Installation

Browsing with Mozilla

Tabbed Browsing
1: Opening and Closing Tabs
2: Setting Tab Preferences

Creating Bookmarks
1: Organizing Bookmarks
2: Groupmarking Tabs
3: Managing Bookmarks with Keywords

Popup Windows
1: Blocking Popup Windows
2: Allowing Popups for Trusted Sites

Cookie Manager
1: Enabling and Disabling Cookies
2: Viewing and Removing Cookies
3: Allowing Cookies by SIte

Themes
1: Applying a New Theme
2: Get New Themes

Sidebars
1: Opening and Closing the Sidebar
2: Adding Sidebar Tabs

Profile Manager

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Intro to Mozilla Navigator

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Mozilla Suite is a free, open-source alternative to the commercially available browser, email client, and web development applications you may be more familiar with.  In this tutorial, we'll be looking at Mozilla Suite's web browser, Mozilla Navigator.  Although in many ways, Mozilla Navigator works just like the browsers you've used in the past, Mozilla provides you with several attractive features that just might change your browsing habits forever. 

For those of you who develop a taste for the Mozilla universe, and for the flexibility and ease that open-source platforms make possible, please make sure you see our Mozilla Suite companion tutorials: Mozilla Mail and Mozilla Composer.  For advanced functionality and for a taste of the web's hottest open-source web applications, take a look at our tutorials for Mozilla's powerful stand-alone web browser, Firefox, and email client, Thunderbird.

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to:

  • Download and install Mozilla
  • Browse the web in new ways
  • Manage your favorite links
  • Block popups and customize privacy settings
  • Personalize your browser with custom content
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