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

1: Applying a New Theme
2: Get New Themes

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

Profile Manager

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Browsing with Mozilla

Mozilla Navigator should look pretty familiar to those of you who have spent any time with Netscape or Internet Explorer.  In fact, you can leap right in and start browsing with little orientation whatsoever, following many of the conventions you're already used to.  At its most basic, Mozilla behaves just like the other browsers:

Type a web address into the Location Bar at the top of the screen.  Click the Back and Forward buttons as needed to retrace your steps.  Select the Reload option to refresh the current page.  A Personal Toolbar keeps your favorite sites a click away.

But to truly take advantage of Mozilla's ease and flexibility, you'll want to learn how to browse with tabs and keep your surfing clutter-free.  You'll also want to learn how to manage your security settings to cut down on nuisances such as popups and intrusions like cookies.

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