Amaya Home Page - W3C's Editor/Browser
- A Web editor used to create and update documents directly on the Web. It also has browsing features that seamlessly integrate the editing and remote access features in a uniform environment. Website available in many languages including: German, Kazakh. Polish, Russian, Spanish, and Ukranian. Latest release is 10.0, 2008-02-26.
- A lightweight browser that runs on Linux, embedded Linux, and any other platforms supported by the Qt toolkit. Latest stable release is 0.10.2, 2009-12-06.
Banks 'n' Browsers
- Compatibility of bank websites with Linux web browsers organized by country; information on 302 banks in 32 countries. Last updated 2008-11-07.
Browser Security Handbook
- This handbook provides web application developers, browser engineers, and information security researchers with a one-stop reference to key security properties of contemporary web browsers. (2009)
Browsers for Linux
- A handy guide to Linux browsers; also includes a section on older browsers. Last revised on 2008-05-20.
Browsers with PNG Support
- A handy list of standard 2-D browsers that support PNG; each entry includes links to the homepage or the download section and operating system or platform.
Firebug - Web Development Evolved
Firefox Add-ons (Extensions)
- An extensive list of currently available Firefox extensions organized by broad subject category. Each entry has a short annotation, a download link, file size, version number and update date. Also included are themes, dictionaries, search engines, and plugins. A multilingual site. A warning note: be aware that some of the add-ons are proprietary. Check the licenses before downloading.
Firefox Help & Tutorials
- A comprehensive site for Firefox help and documentation; contains a step-by-step tutorial, FAQ, guidebook, web forums, IRC, tips & tricks.
- A Gnome web browser based on Gecko, a Mozilla layout engine. Latest release is 2.9.7, 2008-09-27.
- A cross-platform web browser first developed by Google for Windows in 2008. It continues to be under active development, and as of 2010 there are versions for Linux and MacOS. This browser is available in 50 languages.
- A weblog about Greasemonkey, a Firefox extension that allows customization of the way webpages look and function.
- A resource and links site for Lynx, a text-based browser.
- A cross-platform and lightweight browser which uses the WebKit rendering engine and the GTK+ 2 interface. Internationalization is excellent - available in 30 languages. Latest release is 0.3.0, 2011-01-30.
Mozilla Developer Center (MDC)
- A resource site for developers creating websites, Web browser applications, and Firefox-specific extensions and plug-ins.
The SeaMonkey Project
- An all-in-one Internet apppliance suite which includes a Web browser, advanced e-mail and newsgroup client, IRC chat client, and HTML editing. It has excellent localization support. Latest stable release is 2.0, 2009-10-27. This is the successor to the Mozilla Application Suite.
- A cross-platform, pager and/or text-based Web browser. Latest stable release is 0.5.2, 2007-05-31. Also available in Japanese.
- Tools that facilitate interfaces between a Web browser and other components of a Linux/UNIX desktop. Latest stable release is 1.6.2, 2005-07-05.
- Current information on XUL and links to XUL applications and Mozilla themes.
ZDNet UK Insight Article - "Mozilla: From Obscurity to Opportunity"
- A series of three articles about the Firefox phenomenon; includes an interview with Asa Dotzler, the community co-ordinator for the Mozilla Foundation, a behind-the-scenes look at the Foundation headquarters, and a Firefox history. (2005) These articles are still of interest today. (2009