Subject: Web Browsers
To: None <port-hp300@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Nathan Gelbard <gelbard@ENGR.ORST.EDU>
List: port-hp300
Date: 03/11/1997 23:30:18
I've got X up and running, and openwin mostly working (tis dumping core 
a lot, but I'll worry about that later).

I found Mosaic and Chimera for X. Both work OK, but I like neither
because of the fact that they dont do the cool things Netscape does ;)

I dont want plugins per say, just frames, tables, lists, tiled graphic
backgrounds, etc.

I recently just put my resume up on the web (tables/frames/lists), and
neither will display it properly. Are there any better web browsers
out there?

What is the possibility of using Netscape-3.01-HPUX? I was hoping
to do a lot of web development on this HP (21" screen, etc), but
if I dont have a web brower that supports all the cool HTML 3.0 
stuff, i'm sort of stuck. 

Yes, I realize that its 'better' to write only standard HTML code, but
presentation is everything! I'd rather write things that look like they were
done in page maker than in vi (well, i DO use vi to write web pages, but
thats beside the point).

Is there anyway to convince Netscape Corp to compile a hp300/netbsd version?
they already have a BSD version (386) and a Mac version (680xx),
so I figure they could sorta slap em together :)