HTML 3.2 and Netscape 3.0 / News
HTML 3.2 and Netscape 3.0
- History of HTML tags
- Supported by Netscape. Shows the tags and the version of Netscape that first supported that tag.
- Netscape 4.0b1 released!
- The next version of HTML, code-named Cougar, is in experimental draft. Highlights include style sheets, scripting, object tag, and frames.
- Netscape 3.0 released!
- HTML 3.2
- W3C's new specification for HTML, replaces the expired HTML 3.0 draft. Includes popular tags such as tables, body bgcolor and text colors, applets, text flow around images, and superscripts and subscripts. (5-17-96)
- Netscape 3.0 beta available
- Code named Atlas, this preview of version 3.0 includes the Live3D VRML plug-in, audio and video (Windows) playback, integrated telephony (Windows), and table cell background color control. (4-3-96)
- Netscape 2.01 is out
- Mac Netscape Chat Available
- Mac users can finally chat. (3-6-96)
- Netscape 2.01 patch
- A Java patch that fixes a DNS spoofing bug. (3-2-96)
- Netscape 2.0b1Java Mac
- Mac users finally can experience Java. However, this first version is crash prone and requires at least 8 Mb of RAM. (3-2-96)
- Netscape 2.0 Gold released!
- Pre-beta release available for Windows 95/NT.
- Netscape 2.0 released
- Read a summary of the release notes.
- Netscape Defrost
- A system extension that traps a system call that freezes Netscape (and Explorer) For Mac users by Scott Sykes.
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Revised: Jan. 8, 1997