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View Resource Bookmark Converter

This windows utility enables user to convert their bookmarks from Netscape Navigator to Internet explorer and vice versa. It is small, fast, and simple to use. The latest version has been tested up to Netscape 4.6 and IE 5.0. Bookmark Converter is shareware and can be registered for $8.

http://www.magnusbrading.com/bmc/
View Resource Netscape Announces Plans to Make Next-Generation Communicator Source Code Available on the Net

Netscape has announced the free availability of its browser. In addition, Netscape "plans to make the source code for the next generation of its highly popular Netscape Communicator client software available for free licensing on the Internet. The company plans to post the source code beginning with the first Netscape Communicator 5.0 developer release, expected by the end of the first quarter of...

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/netscape-announces-...
View Resource Mozilla.org

The Mozilla.org site was created by Netscape Communications Corporation in order to "provide a central point of contact and community for those interested in using or improving [Netscape] source code." Netscapce plans to make this source code freely available on March 31, 1998 (discussed in the January 23, 1998 Scout Report). The site is a work in progress at this time; it contains information...

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/
View Resource Download Mozilla Source

Netscape offers its browser source code at its Mozilla.org (discussed in the Feburary 27, 1998 Scout Report) site. The compressed code is available for Macintosh, Unix, and Windows operating systems, and is between 8.8 and 11.9 Mb. Netscape strongly points out that this is source code, not executable programs, that it is of use to developers only, and that it "will be unstable." More information...

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Developer_g...
View Resource Netscape Network

By mid-1998, Netscape finished remaking its site from a browser information center into an Internet portal. After over nine months of development, the new Netcenter provides (discussed in the September 5, 1997 Scout Report) a directory (originally provided by Excite!), annotated links organized into categories, along with continually updated news features. For those still interested in the...

http://isp.netscape.com
View Resource HTML 4.0 in Netscape and Explorer

HTML 4.0 in Netscape and Explorer is an article written by Stephanos Piperoglou that appears in WebReference.com (discussed in the April 19, 1996 Scout Report). This article discusses the differences between Navigator 4.0 and Internet Explorer 4.0 implementation of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) HTML 4.0 Specifications (discussed in the December 12, 1997 issue of the Scout Report). The...

http://www.webreference.com/dev/html4nsie/index.html
View Resource DMOZ Open Directory Project

NewHoo!, a community-maintained search engine started in June 1998, has just been purchased by Netscape and is now dubbed the DMOZ Open Directory Project. While Web surfers already have an abundance of search engine options, Open Directory distinguishes itself through its method more than its content. That is, sites are selected, categorized, and annotated by over 4,500 "volunteer editors."...

http://www.dmoz.org
View Resource Netscape Archived Client Products: 4.76 English Netscape Communicator

Netscape in October 2000 released the 4.76 version of its browser/Internet software suite. This release does not feature any major changes, but does include updated versions of Beatnik, Flash Player, RealPlayer, and AOL Instant Messenger 4.0, as well as a security fix. Users with very recent versions of Netscape may well want to pass on the update, but those with older copies should consider an...

http://sillydog.org/narchive/