Categories Posts Mozilla Firefox 1.0 Released Post author By Chris Gonyea Post date November 9, 2004 9 Comments on Mozilla Firefox 1.0 Released The day has come. Download your copy today. Want to see something cool? Looks like Google and the Mozilla Foundation are cooperating on something. Update: Turns out if you have a / after firefox in the URL, Google chokes on it. Link fixed above. Tags Mozilla ← ICANN opens up domain system to abuse → Bye bye tire 9 replies on “Mozilla Firefox 1.0 Released” That’s why it looked so familiar! I thought I had seen something like that before in a Netscape release. Wow, perhaps Google was getting slammed too hard and they took it down? Ok that is odd. What’s the difference between no slash and a slash after firefox? Link should be fixed now. Thanks Tom, makes sense. The new start page is cool. Reminds me of the Netscape/Infoseek start page in NS3 🙂 Hmm… I don’t see what you’re referring to. Did there used to be something there? Looks like you have to leave out the trailing slash, e.g. http://www.google.com/firefox There’s nothing wrong with the page in question. It’s just that it’s not a directory, as was implied by appending a `/’ in the URL in the post. Firefox turns gold Firefox 1.0 was just released a just hours ago. Because of the heavy traffic, I cannot access of release note yet. So I can’t tell what the new changes are. But from what I observed, there is no obvious change from 1.0RC2. The news is now spreadin… Comments are closed.