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    Gecko

    Gecko is the name of the layout engine developed by the Mozilla Project. It was originally named NGLayout.

    Gecko's function is to read web content, such as HTML, CSS, XUL, JavaScript, and render it on user's screen or print it. In XUL-based applications Gecko is used to render the application's user interface as well.

    Gecko is used in many applications, including a few browsers, such as Firefox, SeaMonkey, etc. (for a complete list, please refer to Wikipedia's article on Gecko.) Products using the same version of Gecko have identical support for standards.

    Documentation

    Gecko FAQ
    Frequently asked questions about Gecko.
    Gecko DOM reference
    Reference to the DOM.
    Gecko event reference
    Reference to events used within Gecko and Mozilla applications; for web-standard DOM events, see the DOM event reference.
    Gecko versions and application versions
    Versions of Gecko and the applications they're used in.
    Introduction to Layout in Mozilla
    Tech Talk on layout.
    Embedding Mozilla
    Using Gecko in your own application.
    Character sets supported by Gecko
    A list of the character sets supported by Gecko.
    HTML parser threading
    Description of multithreading in the HTML parser.
    Gecko Home Page on MozillaWiki
    Home for the active developers. Roadmaps and more up-to-date resources.

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