A Businessperson's Guide to Web Development
Safari, is Apple's attempt at writing a web browser. Beginning with OS 10.3, the Safari web browser is integrated into the operating system in a fashion similar to how Internet Explorer works with Windows. It is expected that Safari will eventually become the dominant browser on the Mac, and all developers should test their sites on it. In response to Safari, Microsoft has stopped production of new versions of Internet Explorer for Mac.
Safari, is based off of a browser engine written for the KDE desktop environment called KHTML.
IIS Related QuestionsWhat is Safari?
Do other browsers share source code with Safari?
Should sites still be tested for compatibility with Safari?
AAOL (America Online), Apache, ASP, ASP.NET
CC, C++, C#, Cold Fusion (CFML), Cross-Browser Compatibility, CSS
FECMAScript, Filemaker, Flash, Frontpage
HHand Coding, HTML
IIIS (Internet Information Services), IE (Internet Explorer)
LLAMP, Lasso, Linux
MMacromedia, Microsoft, Microsoft SQL Server, Mosaic, Mozilla, MySQL
PPERL, PHP, Python
SSafari, Search Engines, Spam
VVisualBasic, VisualBasic.NET, Visual C++, Visual C++.NET
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