Using Safari Browser to Preview Your Web Design

December 17, 2006 | HTML

Say you have optimized your web for any browsers on earth, but you are not so lucky to buy a Mac and use its browser, Safari. There is some option you can do: Buy a Mac to get Safari, or borrow a Mac from a friend. And what will you do if you don’t have any friend having Mac?

You can try to view your web design using Safari with the help of Browser Camp, an online tool to emulate the look of your page using Safari browser and save its screenshot.

Another use is to save a shot of your design for your portfolios ^_*

3 comments

This post has 3 comments, wow!

  1. Hadi-Mulyadi 04/01/2007 at 09:11

    hey boy..
    lol, ha ha ha ha this is sure joke ha ha ha ha. just remove the “p” and ofcourse add “e” in the middle of “s” and “r”. this article is totally crap, ha ha ha ha

  2. name 19/07/2008 at 12:44

    hmmm…mb its true ,

  3. Rahmat Miftahul Habib 07/01/2009 at 09:41

    Why Safari is not good to open Plurk?
    Often error…

 

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