Annotation of allowedsites/www/index.html, revision 1.2

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                      2: <div id="infoTabs">
1.2     ! jruderma    3: 
1.1       petejc      4: <div class="infoTab" id="whats-new">
                      5: <h5 class="infoHeader">What's New</h5>
                      6: <ul>
1.2     ! jruderma    7: <li>2004-08-12: Project site created</li>
1.1       petejc      8: </ul>
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1.1       petejc     12: <div class="infoTab" id="other-stuff">
                     13: <h5 class="infoHeader">Other Stuff</h5>
                     14: <ul>
                     15: <li>stuff goes here</li>
                     16: <li>more stuff goes here</li>
                     17: </ul>
                     18: </div>
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1.1       petejc     20: 
                     21: </div>
                     22: <!-- ***************** INFO/NEWS *************** -->
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                     24: <!-- MAIN CONTENT -->
1.2     ! jruderma   25: <p>The <strong>Allowed Sites</strong> extension gives you powerful ways to control which sites the browser can load.  You can use ALLOW and DISALLOW rules to create a simple whitelist or blacklist or mix the rules to create exceptions.
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        !            27: <p>Intended audience: Admins of public computers.</p>
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        !            29: <p>The Allowed Sites extension requires the <a href="http://jslib.mozdev.org/installation.html">jslib</a> extension.</p>
1.1       petejc     30: 
1.2     ! jruderma   31: <p>After installing and restarting, edit the new file <tt>allowed-sites.txt</tt> in your profile directory.  The <a href="http://www.mozdev.org/source/browse/allowedsites/src/allowedsites/defaults/allowed-sites.txt">default allowed-sites.txt</a> explains the format.</p>
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1.1       petejc     35: <p><strong>Note:</strong> If you want to add an area for user feedback to any of your pages, take a look at the <a href="notes.html">notes.html</a>
                     36: template.</p>
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