Through the eye of a Mac browser
View your site in Safari without having either a Mac or Safari – not bad!
You pass it the URL of the site you want to view in Safari, and on Dan’s Mac it loads the page in Safari, takes a screenshot and posts it to the web, where it remains for 24 hours for you to check.
The machine was getting a complete battering on Wednesday, which is when I saw it, but since then, traffic seems to have calmed down considerably, and the turnaround speed is high.
Match this with the news last week of being able to run multiple versions of IE on the same Windows machine, and web designers’ lives are getting a lot lot easier.
Remember, this is a free service being run by Dan Vine, so please click on the ad links and send him some extra money. This is a great service for those of us who don’t have access to Safari at all.
I take back what I said about this site working in Safari. Bollocks.
Saturday night is the UK Webloggers party in London. Which I won’t be able to make because it’s a four hour train journey away.
One of these days I’ll make an effort.
Actually, I might have done if I had heard about it earlier. And knew any other UK Bloggers. 😉
Details on the party from Funkjunkie and Tom Coates.
Website redesign! Work in progress – it looks pretty bad in IE (especially Win98 and 2000), but ace in Mozilla-based browsers, and not too bad in Konqueror, Safari and on WinXP.
Way to start the working day: A nice cup of tea followed by “Main Offender” by The Hives.
Anyway, despite internal protestations nearly a full year has passed since last December, meaning not only that Christmas is a short while away, but also that my birthday approacheth. All of which means my mind is being drawn inexorably to think about presents. Sad, but true; and whilst a new laptop (or in fact just any old laptop) would be very nice, it’s also just as unlikely.
So here are Some Things Off The Top Of My Head Which I’d Quite Like, on sites other than Amazon:
Kill Bill Vol.1 Soundtrack
Golden Sun 2: The Lost Age
Kiki’s Delivery Service
Castle in the Sky
CSS hacks, a short summary:
The BBC 4 Screensaver is elegant, relaxing and beautiful. Worthy of any desktop (so long as it’s Windows or Mac).