mozilla firefox para windows 7

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I have just downloaded Mozilla, but before I install I just want to check that installing this second browser (I have IE because I run on WIN XP) will not interfear with the internet connection, do something horribly bad and leave me with neither my broadband or any internet connection. I just don't want to end up with NO internet because installing Mozilla may mess around with the settings and config. Thanks for any help. you're fine, I've got about 6 browsers on my system, never had any conflicts. Just ...
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I have a website where all links to pages are re-routed through a main page like this: http://<sitename>.com/?page=members http://<sitename>.com/?page=forum However it is really this: http://<sitename>.com/index.php?page=members http://<sitename>.com/index.php?page=forum Is there anyway I can make it so if they type in either of the 2nd set of links, it doesn't work, and if they type in the first set of links it does work? I'm aware you can call all .html files as .php through apache. But I don't want to. ...
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hm.. After I pressed the red button on my Version 1.PR of Firefox.. and it upgraded to 1.. FireFox broke.. and Outve strange and bizzareness.. My Mozilla 1.8 Doesn't work either.. It can't Be Winsock keys, Because, For Some Reason, Internet Explorer Works... Out've Idea's. Can't Connect to Ip's Either for Mozilla products. ( 216.239.57.99 ) Any Thoughts!? Or am I doomed to Internet Explorer/Opera :/ Could've my 47Day uptime somewhere along the lines Cripple Mozilla? Heres My Hijack log just outve maybe ...
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Hy, I was wondering since the rumors say that next IE (v7) is not gonna be free...and already the cost of Windows OS are high, soes anyone suggest that i move to Mozila or Opera? Thx U can move to FireFox its perfect. Internet Explorer 6 SP1 was the last stand alone Explorer browser M$ intends to offer. If I understand correctly, I believe IE 7 will be bundled with their future operating systems. BlueHat wrote: U can move to FireFox its perfect. Never heard of it...i'll have to check it out... ATNO/TW ...
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Hello. I have a script that opens a new window based on the size of the image that will be displayed in the new window. I just make the window width/height the same as the image's width/height and it works and displays perfectly in IE, but not in Mozilla/Firefox. These browsers add vertical and horizonal scrollbars which actually makes it so that the image doesn't totally fit in the pop up anymore. I have scrollbars set as 'no' in the window.open function, but Mozilla seems to ignore it. After some ...
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http://pagerankstatus.mozdev.org/installation.html Another good reason to not use IE. It was 4 or 5 securityupdates for IE yesterday. That's excellent! That was the only reason I used IE. Reading between the lines, are you saying that there is a toolbar replacement for another browser. That would be great. I hate IE, but use it anyway because of the toolbar. Otherwise I use netscape. I searched for mozilla, which seems to be a browser, and got confused about firefox etc. Specifically, what are you ...
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My site has a three column layout with a header, all built with <div>. The right column has a <div id="bottom"></div> section which I want to position at the bottom of the right column. The problem is that <div id="bottom"></div> is posititioned flush with the bottom of the browser window on FireFox. The expected result is that bottom of <div id="bottom"></div> is flush with the bottom of the right column. Here is the CSS below: #rightcolumn #bottom { position:absolute; float:left; clear:both; margin:8px; ...
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http://pagerankstatus.mozdev.org/installation.html That's excellent! That was the only reason I used IE. Another good reason to not use IE. It was 4 or 5 securityupdates for IE yesterday. Sounds kool, prob still use IE lol Dan Reading between the lines, are you saying that there is a toolbar replacement for another browser. That would be great. I hate IE, but use it anyway because of the toolbar. Otherwise I use netscape. I searched for mozilla, which seems to be a browser, and got confused about firefox ...
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Hi ppl I get this error only on mozilla: Error loading stylesheet: Parsing an XSLT stylesheet failed. here are the files: noticias.xml Code: <?xml version = "1.0" encoding = "ISO-8859-1"?> <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="noticias.xsl"?> <NOTICIAS46> <DATANOTICIA> <IMAGEM>../imagens/cat_site.gif</IMAGEM> <DATA>2004/10/15</DATA> <NOTICIA>Já está online o programa anual do Agrupamento 46 para o ano 2004/2005</NOTICIA> </DATANOTICIA> <DATANOTICIA> <IMAGEM>../imagens/cat_46.gif</IMAGEM> ...
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Ok, here's the problem. For the sidebar on the right hand side, I'm using images for most of the buttons. That's fine. At the very bottom, where I give the "powered by" credit, the "Movable Type 3.12" is a text-based CSS button, using the block property and everything. IE displays this perfectly, as it should. Firefox and Opera, on the other hand, do not, and it's driving me crazy. I suspect it is the padding-top and padding-left in the CSS file (you can find this at the very bottom of the CSS file, ...
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