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Mozilla 1.1 has been officially released, and now stalks the countryside spreading improved support for CSS, HTML and DOM. In addition to a number of DHTML-targeted performance enhancements, Mozilla sports a suite of cool developer tools (like the ever-improving Venkman JavaScript debugger and DOM Inspector) and welcome user interface features (such as tabbed browsing, a choice of search engines, and control over pesky popup windows and images). Mozilla is quickly losing its geeky reputation and becoming a browser worthy of the masses.

Found a glitch? The Mozilla organization allows users to submit bug reports online. As always, be sure to validate your HTML and CSS (which we’re confident you do on a regular basis) before submitting bug reports.

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