A fast, open source
web browser engine.

WebKit is the web browser engine used by Safari, Mail, App Store, and many other apps on macOS, iOS, and Linux. Get started contributing code, or reporting bugs.

Web developers can follow development, check feature status, download Safari Technology Preview to try out the latest web technologies, and report bugs.

New WebKit Features in Safari 15.5

New WebKit Features in Safari 15.5

After the feature-packed release of Safari 15.4 two months ago, WebKit’s work for this version of Safari focused predominately on polishing existing features and fixing bugs.

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Non-interactive Elements with the inert attribute

Non-interactive Elements with the inert attribute

Learn how the inert attribute provides an efficient way to hide elements from assistive technology and disable element interactions such as being focused, clicked, edited, or selected.

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Private Click Measurement:
Conversion Fraud Prevention and Replacement For Tracking Pixels

Private Click Measurement:
Conversion Fraud Prevention and Replacement For Tracking Pixels

Welcome to the fourth feature update on Private Click Measurement, our proposed web standard for measuring advertising in a privacy-preserving way.

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New WebKit Features in Safari 15.4

New WebKit Features in Safari 15.4

With over 70 additions to WebKit, Safari 15.4 is packed with new web technologies, updates, and fixes.

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Working together on Interop 2022

Working together on Interop 2022

From the very beginning, the web was always intended to work in any browser, on any computer.

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