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was using netscape 7.2 for windows to manage my website. Apple suggested using mozilla as a comparable replacement on my new Apple. Will it work?

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I have a MacBookPro OS Lion now. I was using Netscape 7.2 on my Windows Computer to manage my website. There is no version of Netscape that will work with my Apple Product for managing my website. Apple suggested Mozilla Firefox. Will your browser allow me to still manage my website and upload the changes through Cute FTP? If so how should I get started? I would like to continue to use my website/small business. Regards, Lea

I have a MacBookPro OS Lion now. I was using Netscape 7.2 on my Windows Computer to manage my website. There is no version of Netscape that will work with my Apple Product for managing my website. Apple suggested Mozilla Firefox. Will your browser allow me to still manage my website and upload the changes through Cute FTP? If so how should I get started? I would like to continue to use my website/small business. Regards, Lea

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Tyler Downer
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Netscape is no longer developed or supported. Firefox was created to replace Netscape, so it will work.

Netscape is no longer developed or supported. Firefox was created to replace Netscape, so it will work.

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How do I make changes to my website using Mozilla?

How do I make changes to my website using Mozilla?
AliceWyman
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SeaMonkey is the replacement for Netscape 7.2 since it includes an HTML editor ("SeaMonkey Composer"). See http://www.seamonkey-project.org/

SeaMonkey is the replacement for Netscape 7.2 since it includes an HTML editor ("SeaMonkey Composer"). See http://www.seamonkey-project.org/