Navigator Tips and Tricks
SECURITY UPDATE- All users of Netscape versions between 2.0 and 4.0,
inclusive, should read this. Get
the 4.05 version the fix this and all other "known"
|For Users of Version 4 Netscape's
Smart Update Page Now you don't have to update everything to get a
new component to your Internet Suite. Check this out, it works really well.
|Another thing that you can do with
Netscape that can't be done with Internet Explorer is upload files. If
you found a good shareware or trial version of a program and would like
to share it with everyone, take this
link, choose File and Upload File... After you successfully
upload, you should then send a short email description along with
the size and filename to me.
You can also do this with an ftp
I gathered this information in a variety
of ways, PCWORLD and TipWorld
sent a great deal of it. Netscape Pages
contributed a lot. I got most of it by trial and error in the last couple
of years using Netscape Browsers. Some of it was gained in quite painful
experiences. Since I did not supply ALL of it first hand, neither I nor
ECS nor CSS will guarantee ANY of it. I WILL say simply, "It works for
me." While this page is in its heavy construction period, The info is pretty
much going to be in NO particular order. When the activity slows a bit
I will try to "tame" it somewhat. Any Questions or tips to contribute?
I'll post them along with your name or nickname (if you wish) and the date
I received them.
to configure Netscape 3.0x and earlier versions
to configure Netscape 4 for use here
Netscape world has all sorts of tricks n' tips for you.
Netscape FAQ is Here
. It has solved problems for me when I couldn't find the answers elsewhere.
If ALL else fails There's http://help.netscape.com
To subscribe to Tipworld
or checkout what
they offer for free :)
Navigiator Web Browser
Using Messenger Mail
Client in Netscape
protocol in Netscape
more effectively in Netscape
Using the History
File more effectively in Netscape
To Convert existing html pages from ecsis.net to the new
domain, lctn.com look at this.
This page is designed and written by John
Jenkins. If there are any questions or other issues about the content,
and I will deal with it in a timely manner. If specific help is requested
an email address with an lctn.com or ecsis.net domain is required. As
with all programs on the internet, you, the downloader, assumes all risk
of file damage or viruses that these or any programs may contain that are
received over the internet. Neither CSS,
ECS, nor the author
will be responsible for any damage done by any program received over the
internet. Please note this includes programs that are virus free but may
cause problems with other programs on your computer and programs that simply
won't run right on a particular machine.