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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 Kottke.org. 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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