SeaMonkey 2.0a1 Alpha test Web Browser Tutorial

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SeaMonkey 2.0a1 Alpha test Web Browser Tutorial:

Clearing Cache / History / Auto Complete Passwords
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
Favorite pages/ Bookmarks
A select few other options/features


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     SeaMonkey is based on the Gecko Engine.
SeaMonkey is actually the continuation of the Mozilla browser.

Clearing Cache / History / Auto Complete Passwords

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     From the Tools menu, Choose Clear Private Data.


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     Click on the items you wish to clear from the system

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

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     From the Tools menu,
Choose Image Manager
You can choose what to allow and what to block as far as images loading from a site
This can help keep your computer from being infected with a virus
Please be aware that blocking things may affect your ability to view websites

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     From the Tools menu,
Choose Cookie Manager
You can choose what to allow and what to block as far as cookies loading from a site
This can help keep your computer from being infected with a virus or protect your private information
Please be aware that blocking things may affect your ability to view websites
If you select Manage Stored Cookies...

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     You can manage for individual sites if you want to block or allow cookies

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     From the Tools menu,
Choose Popup Manager
You can affect pop-ups here

Browser Security

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     From the Tools menu,
Choose Password Manager
In Manage stored passwords...

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     You have a list of sites and user names with stored passwords
You can easily see your passwords by selecting Show Passwords

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     From the View menu,
Choose Page Info


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     You can view a lot of information about a web page here
In security you can see if the site is storing a cookie and if you have a saved password
You can view the password by clicking view saved password

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     From the Edit menu,
Choose Preferences

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     In Master Passwords
You can password protect SeaMonkey to prompt for a password anytime it uses a saved password

Changing the home page

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     From the Edit menu,
Choose Preferences

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     In Browser
You can choose to enter a different URL for your home page
You can also choose Current Page if you have an open web page or, since this is a tabbed system
If you have a set of web pages open, you can choose Current Group to open all web pages at once

Viewing the Source Code of a file

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

Favorite pages/ Bookmarks

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     From the Bookmarks menu, you can view all of your favorites
Add to your favorites
Or organize your favorites

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     In the manage bookmarks area, you can rename things
Move them into folders
Create new folders
And delete old bookmarks that you no longer need


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     Bookmarks can be shared between browser programs or computers using import and export
found in the tools menu of the bookmark management

A few options and Features

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     From the File menu
you can share a web page or link to a web page by auto launching your email system

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     From the View menu
you can change the look of SeaMonkey

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     From the Tools menu
you can easily translate a page

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     From the Tools menu
Web Development provides easy access to an Error Console, Java Console, DOM inspector, and JavaScript Debugger

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     From the Windows menu
SeaMonkey can be configured to be an email client, it has a direct IRC chat, and if you click composer.....

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     You can even publish the pages easily as you create them by setting up the embedded FTP system


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     From the Tools menu
Click Add-on Manager to add new themes, extensions, and plugins to SeaMonkey


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     From the Tools menu
SeaMonkey allows you to create individual profiles so everybody can keep their own
Data and bookmarks private or separated

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     From the Help menu
Quickly check for updates