WebDevAdditions in Safari 3?

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by cleo, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. cleo macrumors 65816

    cleo

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    I've come across a situation where I need to quickly change/test stylesheets, and I was really surprised to find that Safari doesn't offer a built-in stylesheet override (I remember having that on IE in Windows 8 years ago!). A bit of googling turned up WebDevAdditions, bit before I install it, I just wanted to ask y'all if it works in Safari 3.x? If not, is there another option to do what I need? (which is, at the very least, the ability to turn off stylesheets)

    Thx!
     
  2. angelwatt Moderator emeritus

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    In Safari Preferences > Advanced > Style sheet.

    Unless you're talking about something else. Also with v3.1 on the Advanced tab there's a check box for turning on the Develop menu, and in that menu is an option to disable styles.
     
  3. cleo thread starter macrumors 65816

    cleo

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    Ah, hadn't upgraded to 3.1 yet (restart required, and I hadn't gotten around to closing/saving everything I'm working on atm). Yeah, being able to turn off stylesheets is a main thing. Thx!
     
  4. benbennibenben macrumors newbie

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    I think the new developer tools are a nice addition, but I would love to be able to change html code for testing purposes instead of just showing it (like the Firebug Plugin for Firefox)
     
  5. katzwebdesign macrumors newbie

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    Disable stylesheets with a keystroke combo

    I've written an article on how to assign keyboard shortcuts for disabling Styles and JavaScript in Safari 3. It's really simple, and makes life a lot easier than manually selecting Disable Styles with your mouse!
     
  6. elppa macrumors 68040

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    The stylesheet override option has been in there since Safari 2 at least.
     

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