Well, I know for a fact that you can't view my website properly on the Mozilla Browser. You might be able to look at it, but you miss A LOT of what is written into the page. Apparently, Mozilla requires a lot of "special coding" to be able to view certain thing. Coding, I don't know. Even if I could code some of the stuff in to work, not everything will work on Mozilla. The cool thing about Opera, is that it will let you view a website properly, like IE, but it isn't IE, nor is it even remotely connected to IE. It has the safetly of the Mozilla browser, with the funtionality of the IE browser. It's a small program, and not large and/or cumbersome like Netscape, and even IE. As far as I'm concerned Mozilla browsers are inferior, if you want to view things properly However, if you're not in to viewing a pretty webpage, and basically only want to look at text on the net, then I guess it doesn't matter. I tried Firefox, because everyone was praising it, and I found it to be just exactly like Netscape.