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Safari 3 Beta

So, while the Safari 3 beta is nice in many ways, and showing much promise on Windows, I was disappointed to find out that it still required a trip to the terminal to turn on the Inspector element. So, if you want to check out elements in a page and how they’re styled open up […]

June 12, 2007 | Computers | Comments Off on Safari 3 Beta

Safari, View Source and Character Encodings

I just hit an interesting snafu with Apple’s Safari browser. While correctly rendering special characters from a page that lacked a doctype and character encoding meta tag, I viewed the page’s source and noticed that Safari wasn’t rendering any special characters that it was rendering in the actual page view. With the help of the […]

October 5, 2006 | Web Design & Development | 4 comments

Ajaxy goodness and Safari form behavior

Yeah, so I’m about a year behind everybody else on this one. I finally wrote my own little Ajax class. Most other classes out there were way too much for what I needed and I also needed to get my feet wet in OOP programming for Javascript so this was a keen little exercise for […]

April 14, 2006 | Web Design & Development | 1 comment

Browser Stats

As if it wasn’t a given, most of my hits come from Mac users. I hear a lot of rumblings around that points to Safari not being the browser of choice among many Mac users due to this bug or that bug but it still dominates my browser list. IE comes in at 3rd in […]

August 7, 2005 | Web Design & Development | 4 comments