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safari inspector how to add complex rules?

I haven't been using safari for long and this appears to be only in the newer version from what I can see online. When using the inspector I cannot add chained rules (IDK the technical term for them....
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CSS error in Safari, pages won't load

So recently I updated to OS El Capitan 10.11.2 and it has interfered with my Safari experience (I think). I am somehow not able to see any pages in my Google Drive (Docs, Slides, Sheets), but I can ...
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Reader Mode's article width changes when adjusting text size, Safari 9.0.1, El Capitan

I've noticed since Safari 9 was installed in my computer running OS X El Capitan, when I adjust the text size in Reader Mode, the article's width expands/decreases too. (example below) See how the ...
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Where is Safari Reader CSS or HTML in El Capitan?

In OS X El Capitan, Safari Reader View file for modifying the CSS is no longer found in Safari application and in /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Safari.framework/Versions/A/Resources/. Where is it ...
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On an iPhone my website only picks up on some responsive rules, not all of them

After lots of testing, this problem only occurs on an iPhone (any version) running safari. This problem doesnt happen on Android phones, or on desktop browsers shrunk down to the correct size. Is ...
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How do I retake control of iPhone/iPad reader mode CSS?

I am using iOS emulator to check some site pages. When I click on the Reader mode button, it appears to be restyled somewhat like a "print" mode: simplified layout; hide some elements. But not all the ...
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33% + 33% + 34% is not the same width as 100% in safari [closed]

I'm running into a situation where 3 divs with widths of 33%, 34%, and 33% do not add up to the same number of pixels as one div with 100% width. Consider the following complete html snippet: <!...
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In Safari “Export to PDF” looks different then “Print as PDF” - Why is this?

In Safari (I'm using 7.0.2) if you browse to a website and select A) file>export to PDF you will get a different looking PDF then if you go to B) file>print>PDF>save as pdf B) Looks like its using ...
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Is there a way to set the *default* monospace font in Safari?

I have a web application that uses the browser's default monospace font. It's set up that way so that the user can pick their own. In Chrome, this works well, as it's easy to set the default fonts, ...
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Why does Apple's website not make extensive use of CSS3 fonts? [closed]

Ever since Steve Jobs published his Thoughts on Flash, I've always seen Apple as advocators of open web standards. Scrolling halfway down the What is Safari page seems to confirm this notion. So, why ...
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When I change my CSS and refresh the page, the changes aren't reflected in Safari or Chrome

I set the background to red instead of the color it normally was. Didn't change. Removed the properties all together, refreshed, the texture was still there, even though I removed the line. OS X 10.7....
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how to disable Firefox's app tab glow?

I recently switched from Linux to Mac OS X, and one little tweak that didn't survive is disabling the blue highlight "glow" that Firefox adds to App Tabs when they have updates. Any idea how to do ...
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Safari extension for adding arbitrary Javascript to a page?

Is there a way to do this? I know I can use Stylish for adding arbitrary CSS to pages on a per-domain basis. Looking for something similar to add Javascript. For example, let's say I wanted to turn ...
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How to style notifications in Mountain Lion?

Growl notifications can be styled using css. Has anyone made any inroads on styling the notifications in Notification Center in Mountain Lion?
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Web Inspector (Safari & Chrome): A/B testing changes?

Is there any technique for A/B testing CSS changes made to an element in Web Inspector? That is, evaluating before & after states (loaded vs changed) for a given element.
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Did the recent Safari 5.1 upgrade break my Vienna display styles?

I recently installed the latest round of system updates to my Snow-Leopard MacBook Pro (10.6.8), and my Vienna reader is afflicted with ugly. Example: And also For reference, these are ...
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HTML5/CSS3 text editor for OS X?

I am looking for a text editor that supports HTML5 and CSS3, allowing you to add/edit new properties, like rounded corners and so. It doesn't have to be a visual editor but it has to have support for ...