Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Firefox 7 Version to cut off 'http://' from Navigation Toolbar

Open source outfit Mozilla has determined to not to use the ‘http://’ URL prefix in Firefox version 7 of the web browser that is going to be launched on September 2011. This particular version Firefox 7 does not appear with the URL prefix. As an alternative, users purely perceive the subdomain of the URL.

The browser furthermore highlights the www., sequentially to call attention to the core address of the website and give users a reasonable proposal about their location. Conversely, the web browser maintains to demonstrate the secure ‘https://’ prefix when relevant in order to offer better security to users.

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Firefox is not the foremost web browser to get exonerate of the prefix. Rivals such as Google Chrome and Opera abandoned the URL prefix some time ago, but similar to Firefox they also demonstrate the secure URL when it is being used.

Firefox 7 has long way to go, as recently Mozilla did come up with the version 5 and made clear that it will no longer give any support to the version 4, which made most of corporate angry of Mozilla decision. Mozilla came down soon that we are going after best and the best will not only benefit corporate but to any users.

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