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How my html pages looks like in Apple machine?

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Hello, I am developing website using Windows/Linux. I don't have any Apple
computers but I need to know how the html code looks like in Apple computer.
What's the brower in Windows/Linux rendering html code mostly the same as
Apples brower (Safari, I guess the most popular current?)?
Konquerer?
Jul 20 '05 #1
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"nick" <nb**************@hotmail.com> wrote in
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Hello, I am developing website using Windows/Linux. I don't have any
Apple computers but I need to know how the html code looks like in
Apple computer. What's the brower in Windows/Linux rendering html code
mostly the same as Apples brower (Safari, I guess the most popular
current?)? Konquerer?


To get your web pages to work everywhere, use <http://validator.w3.org/>.

Safari is based off of Konqueror, yes, but they are not identical. IE 5
Mac isn't really like anything else. And Geckos are Geckos, I suppose.

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