Configuring the Internal Browser

The following sections describe the choices available for browsing documents and processing pages from within HomeSite.

Setting the internal browser options

You can use the internal browser to view documents in a Web browser within the program. To set options, select Options > Settings and click Browse.

You can select one of these browser options:

You can only use one internal browser at a time, but you can change this setting as needed. Restart the program for the change to take effect.

Select the Use External Browser Configuration for Internal Browser option to apply consistent file save behavior when viewing documents in either the internal browser or an external browser. For details, see "Configuring External Browsers".

To install and configure Mozilla:

  1. Download a Mozilla build from http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/releases/.

    For best results, download the Mozilla 0.8.1 build created on 8/28/2001, from http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/releases/mozilla0.8.1/mozilla-win32-0.8.1.zip.

  2. Unzip the Mozilla binary files into a new directory on your system.
  3. Open a Command prompt and change to the Mozilla bin directory. For example, if the bin directory is in D:\mozilla, enter d: and then enter cd mozilla\bin.
  4. Enter regsvr32 mozctlx.dll.

    If this does not work, the directory containing regsvr32.exe is not in your PATH variable. Use the Windows Find Files utility to locate the program and then run it using the full path; for example c:\winnt\system32\regsvr32.exe mozctl.dll.

For more information, see Macromedia Knowledge Base article 9927.

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