"(Firefox) is a redesign of the Mozilla browser component, similar to Galeon, 
K-Meleon and Camino, but written using the XUL user interface language and 
designed to be lightweight and cross-platform. "
- http://packages.debian.org/stable/web/iceweasel

The Original Poster ruled out dillo because it did not have enough features. I 
fear any "featureful, lightweight" web-browser is destined to be "bloated" like 
Firefox, or as some people suggest, Opera.

The introduction of the Document Object Model (and CSS) with HTML 4.0 means 
fast Lynx-style single-pass rendering is out. JavaScript means that websites 
can use an arbitrary amount of CPU time (sometimes deliberately), unless 


James Phillips

--- On Fri, 7/31/09, freebsd-questions-requ...@freebsd.org 
<freebsd-questions-requ...@freebsd.org> wrote:

> Date: Fri, 31 Jul 2009 12:30:02 +0200
> From: Wolfgang Riegler <w.rieg...@cbtl.de>
> Subject: Re: Looking for fast graphical web browser
> To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
> Message-ID: <200907311230.02216.w.rieg...@cbtl.de>
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> Give Midori a try. Of course it's a young project and maybe
> there are not all 
> of the features of Firefox or Opera, but Midori is
> lightweight and really 
> fast. It's based on WebKit, so there should be no problem
> with standard 
> conform websites.
> Wolfgang

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