WebCore Rendering II – Blocks and Inlines
In the previous entry I talked about the basic structure of a CSS box.
WebCore Rendering I – The Basics
This is the first of a series of posts designed to help people interested in hacking on WebCore’s rendering system.
Yet Another One More Thing… New Web Inspector!
As some of you saw last week at WWDC, we have a brand new version of the Web Inspector.
Back to Basics
I’ve noticed that there’s been a little bit of confusion out there about WebKit.
WebKit Shutting Down
WebKit has always focused on performance, web standards compliance, security, and relatively understandable code.
Apple Joins HTML Working Group, You Can Too
Recently, the W3 Consortium announced a renewed HTML Working Group effort.
macenstein.com has an interesting article about a slowdown in other applications when a Safari window with a specific set of pages is loaded in the background.
HTML Standards Process Returning from the Grave
For a long time, the HTML standards process has been moribund; the W3C‘s HTML Working Group has focused almost exclusively on XHTML2, a new standard that was highly incompatible with existing practice.
CSS3 Multi-Column Support
WebKit now has some very basic support for multiple columns from CSS3.
The Obligatory iPhone Post
Yesterday, Steve Jobs announced the iPhone, a new combination phone, iPod and internet communications device.
WebKit now supports the CSS3 box-shadow property (as -webkit-box-shadow).