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webkit-css3-bundle - Project Hosting on Google Code

by piouPiouM
A bundle of advanced CSS3 features supported by Apple's open source Webkit and Safari browsers. These features are primarily limited to those prefixed with -webkit.


Glims beta 11 for Safari |

by nhoizey & 2 others
Glims adds a cocktail of features to Safari (Tabs, Thumbnails, Full Screen, Search Engines, Search Suggestions, Forms autocomplete on, Dated download folders, Type Ahead ...)

With Browsershot it takes a click to test your web design in different browsers | Kabatology ~ Open Source, Linux

by parmentierf
rowsershots is a web application that offers the fastest way to check your web design in different browsers – it does so in less than 10 minutes and eliminates the need to jump from one operating system to the other. This web application takes thumbnails of webpages on the Linux, BSD, Windows and Mac platforms and deploys over 50 different browser including Firefox, Internet Explorer, Konqueror, Opera, Navigator, Safari – and many other unknown browsers.

Surfin’ Safari - Blog Archive » Color Spaces

by nhoizey
The css/html/svg specs make it very clear that all images with profiles included should have those profiles interpreted, but Windows IE and Gecko don’t do this. The specs also make it clear that untagged images should be treated as if they were sRGB. Sa

Safari Developer FAQ

by julie & 1 other

14. How do I debug JavaScript in Safari? Safari's "Debug" menu allows you to turn on the logging of JavaScript errors. To display the debug menu in Mac OS X, open a Terminal window and type:

defaults write IncludeDebugMenu 1


Safari Microformats plugin

by wabaus & 2 others
Import microformat hCards into AddressBook and hCalendars into iCal using this Safari plug-in.

Safari Microformats plugin

by mauriz & 2 others
The Safari Microformats plugin notifies you when the author of the website has published Microformats and allows you to easily import hCards and hCalendars in Address Book and iCal. This plugin was inspired by the idea and mockup of Jon Hicks.

Creammonkey - User Scripting for Safari

by nhoizey
Creammonkey adds Greasemonkey-like user scripting to Apple's Safari and is implemented as an InputManager bundle.

Marketcircle: iPhoney

by julie & 13 others (via)
Looking for a way to see how your web creations will look on iPhone? Look no further. iPhoney gives you a pixel-accurate web browsing environment—powered by Safari—that you can use when developing web sites for iPhone. It's the perfect 320 by 480-pixel canvas for your iPhone development. And it's free.


by nhoizey (via)
webarchiver is a simply utility that allows you to create safari webarchives (.webarchive) from the command line.

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