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Implementing Firefox Onmouseover In HTML

Oct 09 2013
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English: Firefox word mark. Correct clear spac...

English: Firefox word mark. Correct clear space (1/3 height of "F") and color (#D64203) from http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/about/logo/style.html. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Implementing Firefox Onmouseover In HTML

When writing the code for a website, it is imperative that the code can support all browsers. For example, the onmouseover event code might work in Internet Explorer or Chrome, but might have to be altered in order for the code to execute properly in Firefox. The Firefox onmouseover event executes a script that performs a specific function, such as enlarging an image.

Foxconn Developing A Minimum Of 5 Firefox OS Devices

Jun 04 2013
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English: Firefox 3 mac os x

English: Firefox 3 mac os x (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Foxconn Developing A Minimum Of 5 Firefox OS Devices

The nascent Mozilla Firefox OS, which hopes to become the third most popular operating system in mobile devices, has added an important ally to its roster. Foxconn, the frontrunner in contract electronics manufacturing has announced that it will be developing at least 5 devices running on the FireFoX OS.  Young Liu, Foxconn's general manager has indicated that the company may develop smartphones, laptops, televisions and tablets for Firefox. Meanwhile, Li Gong, Mozilla's senior-VC for mobile devices has expressed the hope that the partnership with Foxconn will help the company in attracting other manufacturers for its new OS.

Proposed Legislation Will Not Hamper Internet Marketing

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donottrack (Photo credit: sam_churchill)

Proposed Legislation Will Not Hamper Internet Marketing

Many marketers have for a long time believed that the proposed legislation referred to as do not track legislation will kill internet marketing as it currently exists. However, this has been found to be an erroneous theory and the truth is that this legislation, as proposed, does not in any way kill internet marketing.

The legislation referred to as Do Not Track is basically geared towards anti-tracking. There has been a heated debate regarding the pros and cons about this particular law, especially in regards to internet marketing. According to supporters of the legislation, most of those who are professional marketers and other senior players in the tech world, the legislation will make advertising more relevant to consumers and more focused towards the message.

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