Opera 5.12 Web Browser Tutorial

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Opera 5.12 Web Browser Tutorial:

Clearing Cache / History
Changing what the browser is allowed to run/display (images, flash, pop-ups)
Browser Security
Changing the home page
Viewing the Source Code of a file
Refresh rate
A select few other options/features


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Clearing Cache / History

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     From the File menu,
Choose Preferences


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     Under History and Cache
Click Empty Now to clear the Cache

Changing what the browser is allowed to run/display (images, flash, pop-ups)

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     From the File menu,
Choose Preferences


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     Under Multimedia
Choose the feature you wish to enable

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     Under Plugins
Decide is you want to allow java and javascript languages to run

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     Under Privacy
Decide how to handle cookies

Browser Security

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     From the File menu,
Choose Preferences


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     Under Security
You can choose to set a password system for using Opera

Changing the home page

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     From the Navigation menu,
Choose Set Home

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     You can type in a new URL for your home page here
If you want to use the current page as your home page click Use Active

Viewing the Source Code of a file

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     From the View menu,
Choose Source
The system will autolaunch a new window with the source code for the website

Auto Refresh

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     From the Tools menu,
Choose Auto Refresh Tab
This allows you to have the system auto refresh a page to ensure up to date information on pages you may leave open

A few options and Features

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     From the File menu,
Choose Preferences


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     From Email and Instant Messenger
Opera can be set up as your email client,
Or you can configure the browser to be used in conjunction with another email client
You can also set up your various instant messanger systems