~:: kalyan ::~

May 21, 2007

Browsing net at emacs with w3m

Filed under: emacs, Linux, open-source, web — skalyanasundaram @ 3:38 am

I thought should try out w3m support at emacs. Ok it looks good but not up to the expectation.

See the search result of tajmahal. Ofcourse it looks better but it does not support the CSS which is almost used by all the web site nowadays. Javascript support is not available. I think there are some alpha packages which tries these things.

emacs-tajmahal-w3m

My wordpress blog. The columns which are in right hand side gone down. 😦

emacs-myblog-w3m

After using firefox and with its great addons support no one will think of using emacs for browsing.

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