To print a web or HTML page without getting the usual printer prompt on your Firefox browser, you can make use of the Firefox plugin, JS Print Setup. Installation like usual installation of any Firefox plugins.
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Latest version of Opera web browser, Opera 10.50 has been released for the Windows. And it claims to be the “fastest web browser thus-far produced for Windows computers”.
You should have been pretty familiar with the above prompt of your web browser, especially Internet Explorer, if you’ve been involved in developing web pages for your websites that are delivered via the HTTPS secure channel.
A number of security experts gathered at the contest at CanSecWest, and they’ve performed several stringent security tests at the Pwn2Own competition, on the most popular web browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and also Google Chrome. The first three (IE, Firefox, Safari) all went down, caught with bugs and security exploits. And only Google Chrome now has passed through to the second day of the test.
Google Chrome is supposed to work well with every single ajax-based applications. But surprisingly, it seems to fail loading some facebook apps. For example the Facbook Blog RSS Feed reader, it was taking extremely long time to load. And I assumed the page didn’t load at all. The page was loaded pretty fast on Firefox, which took less than few seconds.
One of the features on Google Chrome is to allow you to customize your own search engine to forward the search to when you type the search keywords on the address bar on top. Go to the little tool and then options, you’ll see the windows popped as follows:
Various questions have surfaced such as whether this new Chrome Browser can kill those already famous such as IE, Mozilla Firefox etc. It seems to say that the Chrome is meant for browsing applications instead of browsing web pages only.