Using NetScape Communicator 4

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Beginning and casual users will find need to know information, covering basic concepts and everyday tasks.
  • Explains how to create a home page with the editing tools in Netscape Navigator Gold
  • Explores new Netscape features, including integrated plug-ins, emails, discussion groups enhancements, offline and mobile support, and more

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Overview

Beginning and casual users will find need to know information, covering basic concepts and everyday tasks.
  • Explains how to create a home page with the editing tools in Netscape Navigator Gold
  • Explores new Netscape features, including integrated plug-ins, emails, discussion groups enhancements, offline and mobile support, and more

Using Netscape is a tutorial/reference that explains how to use the new version of Netscape Navigator for essential Web browsing tasks. Readers will learn how to use the features of Netscape as they explore Web sites and home pages, access newsgroups, send and receive e-mail, use Netscape as a groupware client on intranets, and more.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789709820
  • Publisher: Que
  • Publication date: 8/1/1997
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 377
  • Product dimensions: 7.33 (w) x 9.06 (h) x 1.05 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Finding and Installing Netscape Communicator 9
2 The Opening Moves 23
3 Advanced Navigation 49
4 Moving Further into the Web 65
5 History, Bookmarks, and Shortcuts 77
6 Searching for Information on the Web 93
7 Navigator Frames 107
8 Saving Documents and Images from the Web 117
9 Sound and Video: Using Plug-Ins and Viewers 135
10 More on Plug-Ins and Viewers 155
11 Communicator's Security Features 169
12 Programs Built into the Web: Java, JavaScript, and ActiveX 191
13 Desktop Web Access: Using Netcaster 205
14 Accessing Files with FTP 215
15 Gopher, Finger, Telnet, and More 227
16 Messenger: World Wide E-Mail 237
17 Messenger: Advanced Functions 263
18 Collabra: From Newsgroups to Corporate Communications 283
19 Conference: Voice on the Net and More 305
20 Creating Your Own Home Page 323
21 Advanced Web Authoring 339
Index 355
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