Safari 1.3 Supports CSS Attributes for Form Elements

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Date: Tuesday, April 19th, 2005, 18:27
Category: Software

SafariApple gives us an early gift with Safari 1.3 – WYSIWYG / rich text editing. Also known as CSS attributes for form elements, it’s a part of the new Safari 1.3 and 2.0 releases (1.3 for Panther, 2.0 in Tiger).
According to Dave Hyatt’s Blog:

Those of you running Panther can now update to 10.3.9. This update includes Safari 1.3 and new versions of WebKit, WebCore, and JavaScriptCore that contain thousands of improvements we’ve made to the engine since Safari 1.2.
What you are getting is all of the new standards support, new WebKit capabilites, site compatibility fixes and performance optimizations that are also present in Safari 2.0 for Tiger. The layout engines for the two are virtually identical.

Dave goes on to highlight some of the features in Safari 1.3 on his blog.
I’m still a Firefox 1.0.3 man myself, what about you?


SafariApple gives us an early gift with Safari 1.3 – WYSIWYG / rich text editing. Also known as CSS attributes for form elements, it’s a part of the new Safari 1.3 and 2.0 releases (1.3 for Panther, 2.0 in Tiger).
According to Dave Hyatt’s Blog:

Those of you running Panther can now update to 10.3.9. This update includes Safari 1.3 and new versions of WebKit, WebCore, and JavaScriptCore that contain thousands of improvements we’ve made to the engine since Safari 1.2.
What you are getting is all of the new standards support, new WebKit capabilites, site compatibility fixes and performance optimizations that are also present in Safari 2.0 for Tiger. The layout engines for the two are virtually identical.

Dave goes on to highlight some of the features in Safari 1.3 on his blog.
I’m still a Firefox 1.0.3 man myself, what about you?

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