With the latest update from Mozilla, my fox computer (or should I say “my Panda rosso“) is back to talk in inglese. I do not know why this happened, is probable that the langpack have not been included in the updates released by Canonical, the fact is that for Italian return passages are few, Simple and (I hope) clear.
Not so long ago themselves parlava of KompoZer: an HTML editor created by the code of abandoned NCE, who was born in the Code of abandoned Mozilla Composer and Netscape Gold. From 10 May, instead arises BlueGriffon, another fork of the project released under the triple license: “Mozilla Public License 1.1“, “GNU General Public License Version 2” and “GNU Lesser General Public License Version 2.1“. The first announcement on the official website (dated 30 September two years ago) reads these words: (more…)
Anyone who has ever tried to create piagne HTML with Linux you will certainly clashed with the lack of WYSIWYG software developed ad hoc for our favorite operating system. Fortunately, today this “gap” is filled only in part due to the development of some open source programs that attempt to compensate for the lack of development in Dreamweaver (or still commercial alternatives) su piattaforma Linux, but in many ways we are still far from having reached the usability of Dreamweaver or similar.
A few days ago who uses IE6 will see a nice box on top of the site with the suggestion of switch browsers. Choosing a modern browser is definitely advisable, also and especially as regards safety on the web.
This is also why today we talk of the web browser safest, fast and customizable of all time: Firefox.
Firefox is a browser-derived Mozilla, the manufacturer of the American Mozilla suite (whose last update was on 2006). The suite included a browser, a program for e-mail (from which it is derived Thunderbird), a chat client for IRC channels, a newsreader, a’editor html WYSIWYG. The old project was divided into several parts, and (aside from SeaMonkey, the current full suite) born Firefox for web and Thunderbird per the email. Both new born to house Mozilla had the characteristic of being extensible with third-party plugins. A very interesting choice, and at that time very innovative Mozilla. Finally a modular program, with basic functionality for the base packages, but infinitely extensible with third-party add-on for those who need other features added. (more…)