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This can be done in the Elements tab by disabling this little brush icon:


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Fluid Apps try to keep your browsing limited to the website or webapp you chose when you created the Fluid App. Therefore, any Fluid App will send you to your system default web browser (like Safari or Firefox) if you browse to a URL "outside" that website. Now, determining what constitutes a "website" is more black art than exact science. "Website" is in ...


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You can do this using Parental Controls on the Guest account. See Apple's KB article regarding this for the procedure: OS X Mountain Lion: Filter inappropriate Internet content Manage a user with parental controls Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, and then click Parental Controls. Click the lock if it’s not unlocked, and enter an ...


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I don't think you can do this in Safari on the iPhone but you could use a 3rd party browser app. Many of those will let you set the browser agent. One browser I know does this is 'Atomic Web Browser'. This may not work in all cases as some websites may use other ways of determining which content to show, for example, some will detect the screen dimensions. ...


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You need to make changes to the router that makes your internet connection. Basically, there are 3 steps you need to complete: Create your website - you have done this Enable Sharing on the machine hosting it At this point you have done all you can on your Mac Get your external IP address, and configure your router to pass through port 80 (or whatever ...


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You can add an entry to your /etc/hosts file. For each site you want to block, add a line at the bottom, in the form: 127.0.0.1 site-to-block.com


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Todd's answer is correct, however, Google has since updated their URLs slightly, so... instead of: *google.com*/accounts/ServiceLoginAuth* use: *google.com*/ServiceLoginAuth* PS I don't have enough rep to post this as a comment on the original answer :/


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Sounds like Diet Coda would be right up your alley. It's an iPad rethinking of the highly regarded Mac App Coda. Basically it's everything you need to do hand coding of websites in one app package — a text editor for coding, (S)FTP for file management, and SSH for any server-side tasks. That's a pretty bare-bones description, there are a lot of well ...


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To determine the web site, you will need to intercept the network traffic travelling between your iPhone and your Internet Service Provider (ISP). To do this you need to set your phone to use WiFi and to pass network traffic through a proxy. Proxies include squid and Charles. A good proxy will offer log files and allow you to see server addresses and, if ...


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No. You need a web proxy or other filter product that snoops on and processes the URL instead of just the main host.


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Have you considered using iCloud Photo Sharing? This can be used to share specific photo albums, so you could create one for each of the four categories. You can also share these as a public website so that people who aren't part of Apple's ecosystem can also view them. For more information refer to: iCloud Photo Sharing. NOTE: One limitation you should ...


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Apple has terminated all Mobile Me services in Summer 2012, data stored on Mobile Me servers has been deleted in the meantime (or at least is not accessible any more). There was an initiative to archive public content, you may find what you are looking for there.


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You probably need to configure port forwarding on your router (assuming your setup includes a router) so that external connections on port 80 (HTTP) will be able to reach your computer. The way to do this depends highly on your router's manufacturer; you can probably find instructions on their website.


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It's likely that your router is engaging in Network Address Translation. In order to see the web page inside your LAN from outside of it... You'll have to turn on port forwarding on the HTTP port that you're serving (80 is the default) to direct any traffic to the internal address. This process varies from router to router, so you'll have to look at the ...


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Try running a script like this in AppleScript Editor: do shell script "jot -r -c 24 a z | rs -g 0 8" tell result to set {user, mail} to {paragraph 1, paragraph 2 & "@" & paragraph 3 & ".com"} open location "https://accounts.google.com/ServiceLogin" delay 1 tell application "Safari" to tell document 1 do JavaScript "document.getElementById('...


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My preferred method of doing this is to use a DD-WRT router and block specific sites on a time basis. (See here.) Also, Netgear offers similar functionality in conjunction with OpenDNS. (See here.)


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Install the Safari extension LinkThing to customize links behavior. It should be able to solve your problem, additionally, you can also customize the onsite and offsite links behavior.


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Here's how I'd troubleshoot things using terminal. You can use the console app as well to look at logs, but the serveradmin commands are more detailed than the server app allows currently and historically. curl localhost - this tests that port 80 is listening and a web server is running. sudo serveradmin status web - this tests the service named web - n.b. ...


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*.pfx file is in PKCS#12 format and includes both a certificate and a private key. When you imported the file to your keychain both the certificate and private key got imported to your keychain. In general you first select a certificate to be used in an application or website. So in order to sign you in access to the associated private key needs to be ...


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For OSX devices only: Use the hosts file (/etc/hosts) to redirect those hostnames to a local webserver. Configure your local webserver to only serve up that message. Info here: http://osxdaily.com/2012/09/02/start-apache-web-server-mac-os-x/ For all hosts on a network: Use an internal DNS server setup to be authorative for your domains and point them to a ...


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Assuming all files are in the same folder: mkdir new for i in *.html; do sed 's|website.com|website.com/old|g' "$i" > "new/$i" done


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You presumably need to download and add a font. Try Symbola. If you have an iOS device, I think you should find the same behavior. Apple's supplied fonts do not cover all of Unicode, which has well over 100,000 characters. To check whether your MacOS has a font covering a specific character, you can open Character Viewer (Edit > Emoji and Symbols), ...


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I finally found a tool that brings back the context menu for Safari on all those websites that disable it. It’s aptly called StopTheMadness ($8.99). It also offers solutions for other browsers like Firefox, but I haven’t tested those. Many web sites disable user interface features in your browser that you normally expect to work. StopTheMadness ensures ...


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You can either use Apple's official web player (which is in beta) or a third party one: Musish Zachary Seguin Music I would recommend trying one of the third party players, they have some nice features like last.fm scrobbling support and a full screen now playing view not available in the official one.


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Most carriers support the *67-prefix when calling a phone number. This does not change caller ID but at least it hides it.


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You have to reach that directory with the running user of the Apache process. You can check that by sudoing to it and try to go there from the / (root) directory. The easiest way is to have the execute permission set for others on every directory from root to your user's Site directory. To check: ls -ld /Users ~/ ~/Site And the fix: chmod +x /Users ~/ ~/...


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Take a look at other directories' permissions; for example, your home directory vs. the other home directories: ls -le /Users/ It should look something like this: drwxr-xr-x+ 13 user1 staff 442 12 Nov 2010 user1/ 0: group:everyone deny delete drwxr-xr-x+ 63 user2 staff 2142 9 Aug 16:55 user2/ 0: group:everyone deny delete There's a good chance ...


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Please check the manuals from iOS6. This should be possible via Safari. I called Apple Support, but unless there are enough people complaining about this, they won't fix it. iPad user Guide (page 69): Import contacts from a vCard: Tap a .vcf attachment in an email or message, or on a webpage. iPad Gebruikershandleiding (page 75): Contactgegevens ...


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I expect you found my solution on Stack Overflow but if not you can see the source code and full description at http://www.mobicontact.info or on Stack Overflow BTW - it involves wrapping the VCARD (.vcf) file inside a Calendar appointment (.ics) which IS handled by mobile Safari. All the required user agent sniffing and PHP to auto create the calendar ...


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The trick is to overlay a masking icon which contains a border and some shadow. With CSS this is positioned exactly above the underlying icon. This is the image: http://r.mzstatic.com/htmlResources/F96C/images/mask175.png If all you need is rounded corners, there is some CSS (3) only tricks for that, though it will look a bit different then.


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