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July 16, 2008

Updating the Webkit CSS TextMate Bundle //

Notes on recent changes to our Webkit CSS properties bundle for TextMate.

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June 27, 2008

Safari/Webkit CSS3 Snippets for TextMate //

A near-complete set of CSS3 language snippets for advanced features found in Webkit/Safari.

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November 6, 2007

An Accesskey Tip for Safari in Leopard //

A quick note on accesskeys in Safari on Leopard and potential conflicts with Spaces.

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April 21, 2006

Web Applications, Standards and Clean Code //

Clean code vs tag soup. Is the Web 2.0 tag soup ready to boil over?

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October 28, 2004

Rebuilding MT Templates with AppleScript //

Need to automate the rebuilding of a Movable Type template on Mac OS X? Can’t use mt-rebuild or one of the other options available for Movable Type? Here’s a simple AppleScript/GUI Scripting solution that can be automated with `cron`.

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September 17, 2004

Styling Form Inputs //

Is Opera’s handling of the INPUT type=image element busted in the 7.x series of browsers? Is it just me? Why does the background-colour property in CSS work in every browser except Opera?

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August 1, 2004

View Safari Source Code In BBEdit //

Details on BBEditSource, a new input manager plugin for Safari which enabled source code view using BBEdit instead of Safari’s build-in source view.

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July 6, 2004

On The New WebKit Features In Safari //

The new developer previews of Safari 1.3 for Panther and Safari 2.0 in Tiger introduce a pair of new form widgets not currently included in the base W3C specifications for HTML. Is this a sign of innovation and giving the W3C a nudge or new proprietary features ushering in new problems?

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May 11, 2004

Understanding CSS Margins //

Andy Budd explains CSS margins in an easy to understand and compelling way along with pretty pictures and good examples. Be sure to read through the comments for a few other useful tips.

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