|Opening a Web Page|
Let's take a look at the Navigator browser window. (You can move the mouse pointer over the various parts of your own browser as you look at them, and a description will pop up.)
|Back||Takes you back to the last page you visited.|
|Forward||If you've gone backward, takes you forward to the next page.|
|Reload||Gets a new, fresh copy of a web page from its server on the Net.|
|Home||Sends you to your home page.|
|Search||Opens the Netscape Net Search page.|
|My Netscape||Takes you to my.netscape.com, where you can create a customized page.|
|Images||If the Automatically Load Images preference is turned off, this button will load images. (See more about this in the "Speeding Up Web Browsing" section.)|
|Prints the web page you're viewing.|
|Security||Opens a window containing security information about the page you're viewing.|
|Stop||Stops the current page from loading.|
|You Try It: Use the Navigation Buttons|
can move the Navigation, Location, and Personal toolbars around at the
top of the Navigator window. Plus, you can shrink or hide those toolbars
if you want to see more page, less toolbar.
Some Other Netscape Related Links:
The Netscape Unofficial FAQ Site....not sponsored by Netscape, but gives excellent information.
The Netscape Nuggies site....links to Netscape Users newsgroups
The favorite sites of the Netscape Champions [the group of people who maintain the Netscape Nuggies newsgroups..
The Mozilla Museum...a collection of items about--and pictures of--Mozilla, Netscape's mascot.
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