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Implementing Vertical Form Controls

Safari 17.4 adds vertical writing mode support for form control elements across macOS, iOS, iPadOS, and visionOS.

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An HTML Switch Control

We’re very excited to introduce a new HTML form control as part of Safari 17.4: a switch.

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The web just gets better with Interop 2024

The Interop project aims to improve interoperability by encouraging browser engine teams to look deeper into specific focus areas.

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WebKit Features in Safari 17.2

Web technology is constantly moving forward, with both big new features and small subtle adjustments.

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Get ready for Interop 2024

The primary strength of the web is that it works everywhere.

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WebKit Features in Safari 17.0

Safari 17.0 is currently available as a public beta, and will be released on September 26th.

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Badging for Home Screen Web Apps

WebKit now includes support for the W3C’s Badging API allowing you to badge the icon of a web app.

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WebKit Features in Safari 16.4

Today, we’re thrilled to tell you about the many additions to WebKit that are included in Safari 16.4.

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Try out CSS Nesting today

Back in December, we wrote an article detailing three different options for CSS Nesting.

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Web Push for Web Apps on iOS and iPadOS

With iOS and iPadOS 16.4 beta 1 comes support for Web Push for Home Screen web apps, Badging API, Manifest ID, and more.

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Help choose the syntax for CSS Nesting

The CSS Working Group is continuing a debate over the best way to define nesting in CSS.

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Using :has() as a CSS Parent Selector and much more

It’s been a long-standing dream of front-end developers to have a way to apply CSS to an element based on what’s happening inside that element.

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Meet Web Push

Websites have many reasons to notify their users of time-sensitive or high-priority events, even if the user does not currently have the site open.

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Customizing Color Fonts on the Web

Color fonts provide a way to add richness to your designs without sacrificing any of the many benefits of using plain text.

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Designing Websites for iPhone X

Out of the box, Safari displays your existing websites beautifully on the edge-to-edge display of the new iPhone X.

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Improving Color on the Web

The past few years have seen a dramatic improvement in display technology. First it was the upgrade to higher-resolution screens, starting with mobile devices and then desktops and laptops. Web developers had to understand high-DPI and know how to implement page designs that used this extra resolution.

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Updating Our Prefixing Policy

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Improved support for high-resolution displays with the srcset image attribute