Fully customizable, largely undocumented web browser for Emacs
Emacs Lisp CSS Shell
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devices.el
font.el
images.el
ssl.el
url-hotlist.el
w3-compat.el
w3-cus.el
w3-dired.el
w3-display.el
w3-emacs.el
w3-emulate.el
w3-fast-parse.el
w3-forms.el
w3-hot.el
w3-hotindex.el
w3-imap.el
w3-java.el
w3-keymap.el
w3-latex.el
w3-menu.el
w3-mouse.el
w3-parse.el
w3-print.el
w3-props.el
w3-speak-table.el
w3-speak.el
w3-style.el
w3-toolbar.el
w3-vars.el
w3-widget.el
w3-xemac.el
w3.el

README

Emacs/W3 is a web browser written entirely in Emacs Lisp.  As such, it has
unique strengths and drawbacks.  The strengths are related to its integration
with Emacs; the drawbacks are that it is relatively slow and sometimes
blocks your editing session.  Development has been dormant for a couple of
years, so expect bugs due to bit rot.
Please report bugs via M-x report-emacs-bug.

This is a very rough pass at the web site (by the original author) just to
get some thoughts down and accessible to more people.  The project page @
Savannah has a fairly detailed task list.  A brief description of each
component and a list of questions and/or resources related to it may be
found in the following documents.