The Mosaic Netscape web browser, created by Jim Clark and Marc Andreessen in 1994, completely revolutionized the Internet and made it more accessible to people outside of the academic community.
She didn't actually create the chart as much as document the colors that had already been chosen by Microsoft and Netscape through the mathematical process described above.
Even worse, various browsers interpreted HTML in different ways, and the "browser wars" between Netscape and MicroSoft's Internet Explorer became legend.
Some browsers file it under "security"; others under "languages"; Netscape Communicator had it under the cryptic heading "Advanced".
However, once again the notoriously whimsical code generation of the FrontPage struck: the Flash movie would not play in Netscape.
LimeWire recommends AOL users download the program in alternate web browsers like Netscape or Internet Explorer.
IMC recommends Firefox or Opera if you're having trouble viewing your movie using Internet Explorer or Netscape.
March 1994: Marc Andreessen and colleagues form Mosaic Communications, which would later be renamed Netscape.
This website allows you to play for free, although the game is not compatible with Netscape Navigator.
RSS originally stood for "RDF Site Summary" and was developed in 1999 by Ramanathan Guha at Netscape.