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The New Favicon • The Breakroom

The New Favicon • The Breakroom: a detailed rundown by Craig Hockenberry on the best way to add an SVG icon to your pinned tab on Safari 9.0 (Via @siracusa)...

Safari 6 breaks my JavaScript

After upgrading to Mountain Lion (Mac OS 10.8) I noticed that some of my JavaScript code stopped working in Safari 6. For example, I'm having trouble with .scrollTop() which stopped performing as it should. I use this function to...

Safari for iPhone ignores viewport settings on .mobi domains

While working on the redesign of a client's website, I ran into a weird issue with Safari for iPhone: whatever device-width I specified in the viewport meta tag, the web site would render at 100%. The viewport For Safari...

Safari UTF-8 rendering glitch fixed in WebKit nightly build

Safari v2.0.4 (419.3) and previous versions have this annoying habit of not displaying utf-8 encoded characters properly under certain conditions: If you use the css 'content' property to display an utf-8 encoded string, it won't be properly rendered in...

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Hello, my name is David Roessli. I am a freelance web designer and developer based in Geneva, Switzerland.

This weblog is an nth attempt to solve my multiple online personalities and weblog/rss feeds burnout issues. (more)


I have been contemplating the idea of upgrading my desktop Mac since this spring. The latest 27" iMac (Quad-Core) seemed the perfect candidate, but the release of Apple's 27" Monitor last September made me stick with the Mac Pro...


The autopsy of an iconic album cover picked up on A stacked graph of successive radio signals from pulsar CP 1919, in a 1977 astronomy encyclopedia that originated in a 1970 Ph.D. thesis. Fascinating <3...


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