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  Mozilla Editor
The Mozilla editor provides HTML and plain text editing functionality in Gecko-based applications.
There are no parts of the old, 4.x-derived composer codebase that remain.
Information about the old Composer is available; be warned that this code is no longer being developed or maintained, but is still in the tree for those who might want to reference it.
www.mozilla.org /editor   (1253 words)

  Mozilla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Mozilla is a computer term which has had many different uses, though all of them have been related to Netscape Communications Corporation and its related application software.
Mozilla continued to be used inside Netscape, though, often featuring on T-shirts given to staff or on artwork adorning the walls of the Netscape campus in Mountain View.
The Mozilla trademark is held by the Mozilla Foundation as of 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mozilla   (959 words)

 Mozilla Composer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mozilla Composer is the free, open source, HTML editor and web authoring module of the Mozilla Application Suite.
Composer is an easy-to-use, WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get), graphical user interface (GUI), HTML editor.
Linspire is sponsoring Nvu, a stand-alone version of Mozilla Composer which incorporates Cascading Style Sheets support and other improvements from software company Disruptive Innovations.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mozilla_Composer   (141 words)

 Composer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However, a person may be called a composer without creating music in documentary form, since not all musical genres rely on written notation.
The level of distinction between composers and other musicians also varies, which affects issues such as copyright and the deference given to individual interpretations of a particular piece of music.
The term "composer" is often used specifically to mean a composer in the Western tradition of classical music.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Composer   (397 words)

 Review of Mozilla Composer (WYSIWYG Web Editors Reviews) (thesitewizard.com)
To test Mozilla Composer's ability to generate a usable and "real" web page (as compared to creating a rudimentary dummy page that is too simple for a real website), I used an old version of one of the pages on thesitewizard.com as a model.
In Mozilla Composer, code bloat comes in the form of the duplication of code that arises when formatting information is replicated across your entire document for all the various paragraph tags, span tags and so on.
When Mozilla Composer is required to generate CSS code, it simply converts the font tag into an inline span tag with the font-family style.
www.thesitewizard.com /reviews/mozillacomposer.shtml   (1786 words)

 Daniel Glazman Outlines Future of Mozilla Composer - MozillaZine Talkback
Mozilla Editor (linked in the article) is used by Composer and for the embeddable HTML editing widget used for mail and other stuff.
Composer promotes a web which is viewable and fully functional regardless of the OS and browser used.
In terms of composer generally - it has always seemed to be a bit buggy and slow to me - though not as bad as it used to be.
www.mozillazine.org /talkback.html?article=3149   (4364 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Mozilla Composer can be used to create and modify web pages.
Composer is free, since it comes with Mozilla, which can be downloaded for free.
Composer is available in the UNCG Computer Labs, and it can be used on your computer at home if you have an internet connection and download it.
www.uncg.edu /irc/docs/www/mozilla_composer   (1566 words)

 MozTips - A Pathfinder's Guide to Mozilla and the Open Source Universe
I can see many reasons why IBM would want Mozilla to be able to edit HTML documents/fragments inside of textareas: with this functionality, Mozilla would be the only Linux browser capable of providing a rich text editing frontend for a content management system.
I recently read that Daniel Glazman, the principal developer of Mozilla Composer, is set to form a company promoting Mozilla Composer.
Mozilla Composer is not just a tool for making webpages offline and uploading them via FTP.
www.moztips.com /index.php?id=93   (689 words)

 Mozilla Composer Tutorial   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
To Open Mozilla Composer first open Mozilla by clicking on the start button at the bottom left corner of your computer screen.
To open a webpage in Mozilla Composer, first Browse to the website you would like to edit with Mozilla the web browser.
Once an image is in placed in the composer you can right click it and then select image properties to make any changes.
www.pathology.ufl.edu /~computer/training/composer/composertutorial.htm   (1107 words)

 Moztips - What is Mozilla? About the Open Source Browser, Email Program and Composer
Mozilla is a modern and flexible open source browser, and forms the basis for Netscape 6 and other browsers.
Mozilla is maintained by the Mozilla Organization, otherwise known as Mozilla.org.
And because all Mozilla versions use the same document object model (DOM), regardless of the operating system (OS) it is running on, web developers do not have rewrite their pages for different OS versions of the same browser.
www.vorstrasse91.com /moztips/whatismozilla.html   (653 words)

Composer's potential may indeed be great, but its recent past has been less than good.
Although Composer was one of the earliest mass market applications for Web authoring and survives as a component of the free download Netscape 7, it has fallen by the wayside as Microsoft FrontPage has taken over the low end of the market for Web authoring tools and Macromedia Dreamweaver has dominated the high end.
Three other Mozilla components--the date book, Calendar; the instant messenger, Chatzilla; and Composer--were put on the back burner, albeit with assurances that they wouldn't be going the way of Collabra and Netcaster, other applications once bundled with Netscape under the Communicator suite that no longer exist under Mozilla.
daniel.glazman.free.fr /weblog/newarchive/2003_05_04_glazblogarc.html   (1738 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Downloading Mozilla In order to follow along with this tutorial, you will need to be sure Mozilla is installed on your computer.
If your computer does not have Mozilla, you can download a free version of the software at: http://www.mozilla.org Regardless of the Operating System you use (Macintosh or Windows-based)* Mozilla is a very useful tool for developing your Webpage.
Mozilla Navigator is much like Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator; you can surf the Web, but you cannot make any changes to the Webpages you view.
w4.ed.uiuc.edu /oet/icl/handouts/Mozilla_Handout.doc   (2762 words)

 How to author open web pages   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Composer allows editing in the WYSIWYG style (What You See Is What You Get) familiar from modern document editors.
Composer is WYSIWYG, so it is very intuitive and easy to use.
That is, it will allow the upload only if the file does not exist or has not been changed since you downloaded it (and you have not changed the text of the page after the "" tag).
rlai.cs.ualberta.ca /openpageinfrastructure/howtoauthor.html   (821 words)

 Unicode and multilingual editors and word processors for Windows
Mozilla Composer can produce files that include multiple scripts and languages, and it can save HTML files with UTF-8 character encoding.
Composer can produce files that include multiple scripts and languages, and it can save HTML files with UTF-8 character encoding.
Nvu is an enhanced version of Mozilla Composer, and is also available in a version for Linux.
www.alanwood.net /unicode/utilities_editors.html   (4626 words)

 Mozilla Composer Directions
Composer is a program in the Mozilla Suite.
To return to your composer window, go to the top menu called Window and all your open Netscape files will be listed.
Note : Composer uses a red dotted line to indicate tables with a zero border; the dotted line disappears when the page is viewed in a browser.
www.uvm.edu /techcats/resources/mozilla/mozillacomposer.html   (1844 words)

 Mozilla composer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Mozilla Composer is the free, open source, HTML editor and Web authoring module of the Mozilla browser-suite.
As part of the community marketing for Firefox 1.5, Mozilla Firefox Flicks has launched with two new campaigns, Testimonials and Ad Contest.
Mozilla has, without a doubt, raised the bar with Firefox 1.5.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Mozilla_composer.html   (429 words)

 Building Web Pages with Composer
Composer helps you create and edit your own web pages and place (or "post") them on the web.
Composer looks and acts like a word processing program, and is just as easy to use.
Composer enables you to work in a WYSIWIG (what you see is what you get) environment - just like a word processor - and it automatically generates the HTML code you need to make your page do what you want it to do.
wp.netscape.com /browsers/using/newusers/composer   (326 words)

 Mozilla Composer Tutorial 4: How to Create a Multiple Column Layout for your Web Page in Composer (thesitewizard.com)
Since Mozilla Composer does not allow you to arbitrarily position text and graphics on your web page (or, at least, not the Composer that comes with versions of Mozilla up to version 1.6), you will have to use an old webmaster trick to accomplish this.
If you use the Mozilla Composer that comes with version 1.6 (and possibly other versions as well), you might find that the links you create do not appear to have the traditional blue underline.
Mozilla Composer mimics the behaviour of a web browser when rendering table columns that do not have an explicit width setting.
www.thesitewizard.com /gettingstarted/mozillacomposer4.shtml   (2226 words)

 Freethought Forum - Mozilla Composer Sucks
Mozilla Composer is the most painfully useless piece of shit WYSIWYG web design software I have ever had the misfortune to use.
Unfortunately I found that one too, downloaded and installed it and found that it is, as far as I can tell, Mozilla Composer with a different skin.
It seems to me like you should be able to just click and drag an edge of one of the columns to adjust the column width, but you can't.
www.freethought-forum.com /forum/showthread.php?t=3558   (536 words)

 IIT Documentation - Netscape Composer
Composer then prompts you to enter a filename and specify the location where you want to save the file.
Composer offers a built-in "Publish" function, but it is difficult to use and not recommended.
Composer allows you to quickly add or delete one or more cells, columns, or rows in a table.
www.stolaf.edu /services/iit/documentation/webpage/composer   (5008 words)

Composer is a WYSIWYG HTML editor that is included in Mozilla's browser package, and as part of Netscape Communicator.
This allows people to use Composer to both edit their webpages and upload them to their webspace without having to install a separate FTP utility.
Composer does a great job of helping people to create relative links, links to internal targets, and links to external webpages.
www.xplanazine.com /archives/2003/05/composer_a_grea.php   (855 words)

 Gentoo Forums :: View topic - Is Mozilla Composer Dying?
Hey guys, after the new Mozilla Roadmap was presented to us it seems to me that Mozilla Composer was left aside...
Composer is a nice tool, but it's not for me. Make it more like Dream Weaver (which I hate) or Front Page (which I despise) and people will use it.
Composer is handy for large annoying tables and small web pages, but it's not what the normal user or the advanced user wants.
forums.gentoo.org /viewtopic.php?p=776229   (1012 words)

 NWE Help: Web: Authoring: Mozilla Composer
With it, you can compose pages in the wysiwyg view to see how the page will look on the web, or you can use the code view to write using HTML code.
Composer can be useful, but it tends to write bad code.
ASWE is a better choice for overall work, but Composer can be useful in a pinch.
www.nwe.ufl.edu /writing/help/web/authoring/composer   (178 words)

 How to Design and Publish Your Website with Mozilla Composer (thesitewizard.com)
Ever since I wrote my review of Mozilla Composer, I have been receiving requests from beginning webmasters to thesitewizard.com for a tutorial on how they can get started with designing and publishing their website using that free WYSIWYG web editor.
There are actually shortcuts to starting Composer from Mozilla (as there are for many of the commands given in this tutorial), but I will leave the discovery of minor things like that to you and concentrate on the main task of creating a web page.
Mozilla Composer will proceed to connect to your FTP account on your web host and upload your pages.
www.thesitewizard.com /gettingstarted/mozillacomposer1.shtml   (2829 words)

 Getting just the Mozilla Composer - Topic Powered by eve community
Not sure if this is the right forum, but I was wondering if there would be anyway to get the Mozilla's Composer without having to download and install the entirety of Mozilla.
Check Mozilla Editor, but I don't know if you can install only the editro w/o Mozilla.
The new maintainer of Composer has started putting up builds of the "split off" version here.
episteme.arstechnica.com /eve/ubb.x/a/tpc/f/99609816/m/1480944765   (194 words)

 Daniel Glazman Outlines Future of Mozilla Composer - MozillaZine Talkback
Mozilla Editor (linked in the article) is used by Composer and for the embeddable HTML editing widget used for mail and other stuff.
Composer promotes a web which is viewable and fully functional regardless of the OS and browser used.
In terms of composer generally - it has always seemed to be a bit buggy and slow to me - though not as bad as it used to be.
mozillazine.org /talkback.html?article=3149   (4364 words)

 Mozilla Composer features - Glazblog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Just like Seamonkey was left to the community, I am glad to leave Nvu 1.0 codebase to Kazé who started integrating bug fixes but I remind him that Nvu is a trademark by Linspire Inc. That's good he used a new name, Kompozer, for his fork.
Mozilla Composer won't be just a xulrunner- and gecko1.8-based revamping of Nvu 1.0, it will be something totally new, entirely rewritten, and the feature list will make Nvu look like a prehistoric web editor, which it is
Maybe to you NVU is prehistoric and being geko based it's old hat, but I for one need something as intuitive and easy to use as NVU (of course without all the bugs).
glazman.org /weblog/dotclear/index.php?2006/09/17/2081-mozilla-composer-features   (314 words)

 Composer Walkthrough
Mozilla Composer is a great HTML editor that allows you to do all sorts of things - basically, it allows you to make HTML pages in a format similar to Microsoft Word.
The problem with using Word is that when you want to save it as an HTML page, it adds all kinds of terrible code to it that makes it unreadable; not only that, but it's also designed to be specific to the computer it's viewing.
Go to Mozilla's Home Page and download Mozilla 1.4 (it's about 13 Megabytes, which is a little over an hour on a 56K modem).
www.rpgclassics.com /join/composer.shtml   (1399 words)

 HTML Tools
Mozilla Composer comes with the Mozilla web browser package.
I recommend using the latest Mozilla version, whichever that happens to be (they are updated quite frequently).
Mozilla Composer is not that terrific of a tool for building websites.
homepage.mac.com /machiavel/Text/htmltools.html   (677 words)

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