JUN
4
2005

Open KHTML Info Page Launched

In an effort to open up their development process the developers of the Konqueror components KHTML, KJS and KSVG have launched the open Web portal KHTML.info.

By providing a central contact point and source of information in
form of an open Wiki the developers want to promote their work and
embrace users and developers from both Open Source as well as
commercial environments.

MAY
17
2005

KHTML/Webcore: Know the Facts!

If you've been following the news surrounding Apple's relationship with KDE developers and Apple's implementation of KHTML into Safari, then it's almost inevitable that you've developed your opinion based on false or misleading news or comments surrounding the issue.

MAY
9
2005

TUX: Using Konqueror for File Management and Domination

Issue 2 of TUX Magazine includes a 6 page article on everything you could know about using Konqueror as a file manager. Tux is a magazine for new GNU/Linux users and the article covers split windows, different file view modes and how to find lost files. The magazine is free to subscribe to and available as a PDF download.

APR
18
2005

Dave's Desktop: Drag 'n' Drop CD Ripping with Konqueror

Ripping tracks from a CD into OGG or MP3 is one of the most popular things we do with our home PCs these days. This How-To shows you how you can do this task quickly and easier than ever before, with the help of KDE and Konqueror. Read the complete article at Dave's Desktop - Ep. 21.

DEC
10
2004

TUX Magazine: Konqueror Web Shortcuts

I'm a two browser kind of guy. Somewhere, on one of my virtual desktops, I always have a copy of Firefox open. On another, I have Konqueror. Both of these are incredibly capable browsers with their own strengths, strengths which are unique to both and which, as a result, leave me running two different browsers all the time. Intrigued? Read more in this brief article at TUX Magazine.

DEC
9
2004

MozillaQuest Editor's Choice is Konqueror

The online computer magazine MozillaQuest has awarded Konqueror their Editor's Choice award as a "well-built, feature-robust, and free" web browser and file manager. The award was given to Konqueror over Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and AOL's Netscape. Congratulations to the Konqueror and KHTML developers on a job well done!

OCT
21
2004

Alpha Version of Gtk+ Port of KHTML

Hot on the heals of the port of Gecko to Qt comes a pre-release of a port of KHTML to GTK+. Released components include KJS JavaScript interpreter, KHTML rendering engine, Qt porting layer, WebKit API for embedding and a reference browser for demonstrating the functionality of the other components. Their website explains that this was done by Nokia Research Center.

SEP
19
2004

OSDir.com: GecKo Makes an Entrance

It seems like whenever KDE developers get together for a meeting or conference, great things happen. For instance, in the past we've seen developments such as the creation of DCOP (one of the building blocks of KDE), or thousands of fixes in only one short week. The recent KDE conference in Germany was no exception. One of the most notable outcomes of the conference was an impromptu project to port Mozilla to KDE.

SEP
15
2004

Luke Plant: Konqueror URL Shortcuts

Konqueror's 'Ctrl-Home' keyboard shortcut is usually limited to a single URL -- either the home page or home folder -- and so often does "the wrong thing" for the user. Here is a tutorial on how to override this using KHotKeys and DCOP, make it context sensitive, and how to create keyboard shortcuts for any URL while we are at it.

SEP
11
2004

aKademy Hackers Port Mozilla to Qt/KDE

Among the most exciting things to come out of aKademy, the recent KDE Community World Summit, is a Qt port of Mozilla's Gecko rendering engine. This will give Gecko the full native look and feel of KDE/Qt, and make it available as a KPart, where it can provide an alternative HTML renderer for Konqueror.

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