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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XBL (XML Binding Language) is an XML-based markup language used to declare the behavior and look of XUL-widgets and XML elements. XBL was developed by the Mozilla project for use in the Mozilla Application Suite, the language is not currently described by any formal standard and is thus proprietary to Mozilla, with the only implementation being the Gecko layout engine. XBL 2.0 is the new version of XBL, which is in process of being standardized by the World Wide Web Consortium. In XUL one defines the user interface layout of an application, and then by applying "styles" one can customize the look of various different elements. The drawback is that XUL provides no means to change an element''s function. For example, one might want to change how the pieces of a scroll bar work. This is where XBL comes in.
Diploma Thesis from the year 1996 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 1,3, RWTH Aachen University (unbekannt), course: Wirtschaftsinformatik, Prof. Dr. Michael Bastian, language: English, abstract: Inhaltsangabe:Inhaltsverzeichnis:Inhaltsverzeichnis:CONTENTSAcknowledgmentContentsTablesFigures1Introduction1.1Purpose of the Investigation1.2Statement of the Problem/Background1.3Research Objectives1.4Methodology1.5Assumptions1.6Limitations1.7Discussion of Terms1.8Organization of the Investigation1.9The Need for the Investigation2Exploring the WWW User Buyer Behavior - a Summary of Previous Surveys2.1GVU/Hermes 4th WWW User Survey2.2CommerceNet/Nielsen Internet Demographics Survey2.3Sociological Study by the University of Trier3Empirical Analysis3.1Goal of the Empirical Analysis3.2Methodology3.2.1Survey Design22.214.171.124Research Design126.96.36.199Data Sources188.8.131.52Sampling Concept3.2.2The Questionnaire184.108.40.206Questionnaire Design220.127.116.11First Subsection: General Characteristics of WWW Usage18.104.22.168Second Subsection: Product Concern Issues22.214.171.124Third Subsection: Classification Data/Demographics3.2.3Technical Implementation4Results and Discussion4.1General Demographics and Web Usage4.1.1Location4.1.2Gender4.1.3Age4.1.4Marital Status4.1.5Education4.1.6Occupation4.1.7Income4.1.8Method of Access4.1.9Time Spent on the Web4.1.10Activities on the Web4.1.11Sensitivity to rising costs4.2Attitudes Toward Web Products and Services4.2.1Preferred Products4.2.2Moderately Preferred Products4.2.3Moderately Unaccepted Products4.2.4Unaccepted Products4.3Attitudes Toward Purchasing Through the World Wide Web4.3.1Experience with Web Purchases4.3.2Satisfaction with Web Purchases4.3.3Security4.3.4Influence of Security Concerns4.3.5Total Purchase Dollars4.4Information Sought4.4.1Attitude Toward Text Product Information4.4.2Attitude Toward Graphic Product Information4.5User Profile5Summary, Conclusion and Recommendations for Further Study5.1Summary and Conclusion5.2Recommendations for Further StudyWorks CitedVERSICHERUNG APPENDIXBei Interesse senden wir Ihnen gerne kostenlos und unverbindlich die Einleitung und einige Seiten der Studie als Textprobe zu.Bitte fordern Sie die Unterlagen unter email@example.com, per Fax unter 040-655 99 222 oder telefonisch unter 040-655 99 20 an.