I was having the same issue with my homepage which is stored locally on my mac. Putting the HTML files in the Applications folder seemed to solve the problem.
I know it's not the best solution but at least I don't get an error anymore when opening a new tab.
With the latest edition of iPadOS which will be released on September 30th (source), Safari has been turned into a "desktop-class browser" (Apple) and therefore WhatsApp Web can be used on iPad.
I have tried it on the Safari browser on the current iPadOS beta and WhatsApp Web works like a charm.
Yes you can absolutely airdrop them from the share menu of both WhatsApp and Safari. It appears in WhatsApp if you hold on the message, not link, and tap forward, then you see two options, 1: forward, 2: share. Tap share. Keep the conditions satisfied, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, visibility in Airdrop. Same iCloud ID is good to have, not necessary.
Also, you can add ...
You should look for the problem that is causing this trouble rather than hacking the Safari to stop showing you notifications. If it's upto to kill the process, preventing notifications will not stop it.
Here are few troubleshooting tips.
1) Check your disk space where your OS is installed. Free if needed (Swap memory reason)
2) Check your HDD & ...
As a workaround, I'd set up a keyboard shortcut in Safari for both Pin Tab and Unpin Tab to the same shortcut, e.g., ⌥⌘P and then you can toggle the pinned status of the Tab with the same keyboard shortcut.
This way when a Tab is pinned and you want to close it, using the keyboard, you'd first press, e.g., ⌥⌘P then: ⌘W
System Preferences > Keyboard > ...
Ok, after wasting lots of time chasing this issue, I found one possible solution but it has raised more questions.
If I give Terminal Full Disk Access, the quarantine value shows the original values. Which means either the Safari 13 update also contains Gatekeeper system updates or Apple pushed an independent silent Gatekeeper data update around the same ...
Removed support for Legacy Safari Extensions.
from Safari 13 Release Notes
which I interpret as no support for developing legacy ones either. How would you develop an extension which you can't even run/test on the browser?
You might need to build a new one or convert the older one.
There was a "Show more" button at the top-right:
But I couldn't see it in full-screen Safari because I have View > Always Show Toolbar in Fullscreen unchecked:
The slide-out toolbar was covering up the title and "show more" button on the page.
There are multiple ways to reveal them:
Open a Safari window that isn't full-screened
In the new tab page, drag ...
As OP informed, restarting after reverting using backup restore made Safari accept the Omnikey as an extension. They are on Safari 12.1.2.
The post below may concern those looking for more ways to achieve the same.
Omnikey can be used in the browser by fooling the browser (Safari 12.1.1) into believing that you're developing the extension(that's what I ...
You can't just change the extension on a .download 'file' & expect it to be seen as anything else, because it's not a file, it's a folder - or strictly, Package, like an app or your Photos library etc.
If you right click it & select "Show Package Contents" then you can see inside it - though if it'a a partial file there may simply be nothing to see. ...
Normally what you would do is, with the web page/url you want to share in Safari, is to tap the share button and if the App is not listed scroll to the right and tap the "..." menu and add the Voice.app to the list.
From what I can see on my iPhone (iOS 12.4.1, latest G Voice) Google has not exposed the Voice app so that this can be done. There seems to be ...
To clean DNS cache on macOS, the following command should be used. (commands used to clean caches seems to be different on different version of macOS)
sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder
Clean the DNS cache in Safari. Open Safari, Preferences -> Advanced. Check "Show develop menu in menu bar". Then go to menu bar, Develop -> Empty Caches. The shortcut is ⌥⌘E. (...
Here how i did this by overriding user agent. Note this is related to Swift and programmer who want to access web whatsapp in webview. In order to open in Safari simply long press the refresh button in address bar and you will see an option "Desktop version"
@IBOutlet weak var webView:WKWebView!
let url = URL(string: "https://web.whatsapp.com/")!
command+q closes safari and all tabs are "remembered" so that the next time you reopen safari, those tabs will re-appear. Of course if you close tabs or close all tabs, you can always restore those tabs as described above (under the history section on the toolbar).
I've noticed that if I close safari by using the red button on the top left, when you reopen,...
I do it using the 'Notes' app on my iphone.
Quick and free download.
I emailed the file to myself, then opened it on my phone via email.
Inside the email, I clicked the html file.
This opened it. I then clicked the download button on the top right of my particular iphone. After that I clicked "Add to Notes".
Inside the notes app, my html file is there ...