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Allow personal home page when using WebKit

If you're using WebKit (a version of Safari with a newer web page rendering engine), here's how to make it use your preferred home page instead of the WebKit nightly home page.

Use Safari 3 to help with text searching tasks

Use Safari 3's enhanced find features to ease the task of searching text files for various words and phrases.

Mouse-only access to title bar icons in 10.5

Learn a simple way to access title bar icon menus (proxy icons) in Leopard.

Safari tips

Rob Griffiths covers a pair of tips for OS X's built-in browser and shows you how to run a newer version of Safari by updating to the last version of WebKit, the browser's rendering engine.

PayPal denies plan to block Safari

PayPal has denied claims it plans to lock Safari users out of its online payments service as it reinforces its protections against online credit fraud.

Apple alters Windows software update tool

Apple’s Software Update for Windows users now separates updates to already installed programs from new offerings—an apparent response to criticism over the way it was pushing Safari to Windows users.

PayPal to block users with old browsers to cut back phishing

PayPal plans to take the dramatic step of locking out people using older versions of Web browsers in order to stem phishing attacks.

Companies struggle as Safari pops up on networks

Administrators are concerned because Apple's Safari browser is popping up unexpectedly on their networks.

Easily create new tabs in Safari 3.1

Learn a simple mouse trick to create new empty tabs in Safari 3.1.

Review: Safari 3.1

The just-released 3.1 update to Safari adds features that offer a glimpse into the Web of the future. And as Web designers begin to add support for these elements, Safari will become progressively more useful and functional for typical users.