CSS Units

CSS Units

I figured I’d take another stab at educating people about CSS units.

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High DPI Websites (Part 2)

High DPI Websites (Part 2)

In reading responses to my initial post I noticed a bit of confusion regarding the proposal.

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High DPI Websites (Part 1)

High DPI Websites (Part 1)

One area of Web design that is going to become more important in the coming years is high DPI.

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Text Fields

Text Fields

We have recently switched over to use an engine-based implementation for <input type=text>.  In doing so, our text fields are now able to use many useful css capabilities that weren’t available before.  border-radius, border-image, and background-image are just a few that will now work with our text fields.

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WebKit Site Redesign

WebKit Site Redesign

If you are reading this post, you have probably already noticed that we’ve launched a visual redesign of the WebKit site.

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Introducing the Web Inspector

Introducing the Web Inspector

I would like to introduce a new addition to WebKit—the Web Inspector.

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SVG Text Support

SVG Text Support

I spent a few hours hooking up WebCore’s text rendering engine to SVG, and now we have basic SVG text support going.

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SVG Has Landed

SVG Has Landed

SVG has now been enabled by default in nightly builds.

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Buttons

Buttons

For the past couple of weeks, I have been thinking about the new buttons for WebKit.

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JavaScript and DOM Compatibility

JavaScript and DOM Compatibility

With the increasing popularity of advanced JavaScript techniques on the web (variously called web 2.0, AJAX or DHTML), we’ve decided to make a big push for JavaScript and DOM compatibility.

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CSS3 Goodies:
Borders and Backgrounds

CSS3 Goodies:
Borders and Backgrounds

The latest WebKit builds now support three new CSS3 properties fully and one partially.

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We’re Hunting Memory Leaks

We’re Hunting Memory Leaks

We’ve heard a number of reports of Safari memory leaks, and we’d like to fix a bunch of these.

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