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I write this report from a courtroom in Oslo where Jon Johansen is on trial for cracking their CSS. In the fall of 1999, the 15-year old Jon worked with fellow programmers to create a program, called DeCSS (not to be confused with DeCSS), which removes th
Microsoft’s fonts are used to display most Web pages on the planet. Even Linux and Mac users, who often have fled Windows to avoid dependence on Microsoft, read most of their content using Microsoft fonts.
â€œHTML is the dominant document format on the web and CSS is used to style most HTML pages. But, are they suitable for off-screen use? Can CSS be used for serious print jobs?â€
I work for Opera Software as Chief Technology Officer. The Opera browser is smaller and faster than the one you know, and it has better support for standards. If you would like the Web to remain a place where no single vendor dominates, please consider us
Firefox. Opera. Safari. You’ve heard the names. You may have thought about trying one out, or you may have already switched. You may think it doesn’t matter what program you use to view the webâ€”but it does. Since the end of the â€œBrowser Wars,â€ Mi
Netscape 6.0 is finally going into its first public beta. There never was a version 5.0. The last major release, version 4.0, was released almost three years ago. Three years is an awfully long time in the Internet world. During this time, Netscape sat by
Home of the AmazonBox, eBayBox and GoogleBox web services. While browsing read some of my fiction and have a look at some Linux and ASP programs / code, all released under the GNU GPL.
The Free HTML Editor is a Drag and Drop Editor with Built-In FTP !