WebKit now includes CSS Masks.
WebKit achieves Acid3 100/100 in public build. This is big news for one reason: the build is publicly available. Opera has an internal build available which passes the Acid test.
Safari 3.1 Released – new version has limited support for HTML5, embedded fonts via CSS and more. It’s a pretty solid release, but much more needs to be done to reduce the memory footprint of the app on Windows.
I think that it’s pretty safe to assume that by this point you’ve either used Safari on a Mac or you haven’t. I’ve used Safari for a number of years, but it has never become my browser of choice. Why? Quite simply: Firefox is more extensible and Camino is quicker on a Mac. The introduction… Continue reading Safari on Windows