The tutorial list and Mozilla or IE users

The tutorial list in Q&A
https://blenderartists.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=13380
is made using Mozilla 1.4.
Mozilla has some very powerful searching tools for :
the name of the link,
the location,
keywords,
the description
and a full set of criterias to apply to each.
One can refine one’s search without loosing the result of the preceeding steps.

As you can imagine, it would be really easy to give more power to the user of the list if we added those data. I already know from the stats on my site that 25% of the visitors are using Mozilla, 5% Netscape in a shape or another, and 70% IE 5 or 6. Unfortunately IE has no search capability that I know of. Hence this poll to gauge the usefullness of the idea.

Thanks for your help

the link to the uncompressed version is wrong
(should be .html not .htm)

IE has a search function, but it is only for text on a page
Opera is as far as I know just as capable

now, what are you asking? You want the list to be improved with that data?

Thanks. It is corrected now.

IE has a search function, but it is only for text on a page
Opera is as far as I know just as capable

As capable as IE I guess, since I haven’t found a search engine in the bookmark managing section of Opera either.

now, what are you asking? You want the list to be improved with that data?

Yes, greatly improved. It will (has started already) become searcheable as described above. For the moment the search capabilities of Mozilla are the best way to access that data but the html version of the list will also benefit of it.
Searchs by word(s) in the text through a browser like IE are very limited though.

Jean