technologies such as ActiveX (which had 98,444 pages) or VBScript (which had 53,072).
Netscape recently announced that six of the Web’s larger sites, CNNfn, CNET, The Washington Post Company, Wired Digital, and its own Netcenter, have all used RDF for the creation of site maps–the first of many applications that can take advantage of the features of XML.
Netscape indicated that it will fully support XML with the release of next-generation versions of Netscape Communicator and Netscape Navigator Web browser software. Netscape also recently added an advanced XML parser to the Netscape Communicator 5.0 source code hosted on the Mozilla.org Web site.
A technical overview document which outlines content technologies and standards (including Dynamic HTML, XML, and RDF) is available on the newly announced Netscape Open Studio Web site.