These are the things I've written that are tagged "webkit"

The Webkit Inspector

A thoughtful, in-depth, guide to the most powerful web development tool in any browser today. If you aren’t developing in a Webkit-based browser (Chrome, Safari) you’re probably wasting a lot of time.

Opera confirms WebKit prefix usage

Mozilla, Microsoft, and Opera are none too happy about Webkit’s prefixes becoming a sort of organic standard, especially on mobile: Opera, along with Microsoft and Mozilla, announced at a CSS Working Group meeting that we would support some WebKit prefixes. This is because too many authors of mobile sites only use the WebKit-prefixed version, and […]

Rouse

Described by the creator of the project as: an attempt to create a new Mac OS X web browser that steals the best bits from OmniWeb for its user interface, adds some well-needed hooks to the interior to customize rendering and loading, and otherwise stays away from scope creep as far as possible. and I […]

There is no WebKit on Mobile

Peter-Paul Koch tests 19 different versions of WebKit/KHTML and creates a table comparing their successes and failures. His verdict: You’re going to have to test in multiple WebKit-based browsers for awhile, yet.

Hello There

My name is Phil Nelson and I make beautiful objects for a troubled world in CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. I'm a designer / developer at Occipital.

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