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Essential Safari Tips & Tricks

While not every one will agree with this, I think as true Mac enthusiasts we can all agree that surfing with Safari really is the goods. I can remember once nearly spilling my Caramel Machiato as I screeched to a hault to peer at someone%u2019s Powerbook one morning a few years back. %u201CWait a minute, why is it rendering it like that?%u201D, I must have said.

Once you get over the polished interface and lightning fast render times, users often find themselves struggling to get more usability out of Safari. %u201CWhere%u2019s the tabs%u201D, is a common newbie gripe. Lucky for surfers Apple and its independent developers have a healthy supply of addons, tweaks, and plugins to stifle even the most devout Firefox, Opera, or [insert competitive browser here] fan.

Here comes some of my favorites tips to get more out of Safari.

1. Email a link . While shortcuts like this are pretty much rendered redundant with amazing uses of thisservice or other scripted hacks, I still find myself doing it. Press Command - CTRL - I and Safari will open your default mail app and dump the URL of the page you were on smack into a new email.

2. Tabs! Thanks to the efforts of guys like these , Safari has tabbed browsing built in, right out of the box. I think to appease the long time proponents of this idea it is turned off by default, and requires a quick checkbox click in the Preferences pane. Here are some shortcuts for dealing with tabs:

Command click on a link : open a website in a new tab

Command + T : New tab

Command + Shift + [ or ] : Switch between tabs

Option + Tab close : Strangely this closes all tabs except the one you clicked

3. Webdev? With a plethora of killer extensions and plugins, Firefox really is the web developer%u2019s browser of choice when hashing out layouts. Having said that Fox is more than a little crash happy and a serious memory pig when loaded up with 3rd party plugins. Just over a year ago the guys at Surfin%u2019 Safari added the Web Inspector to their nightly builds of Webkit , the browser engine behind Safari.

It%u2019s a bit of a pain to configure Web Inspector but what you get are some fairly handy tools for debugging and working with your HTML. The stand out feature is the ability to drill down into your code hierarchy with a handy node view interface. The same interface can be used to drill down into your CSS styles, or search your code for elements of interest. I%u2019ll say right now that it is nowhere near as useful as Firefox%u2019s Web Developer extension , but it%u2019s a step in the right direction.

4. SnapBack . If you%u2019re a web slob like me you surf hard and fast with a dozen tabs open at once. Even if you don%u2019t it%u2019s easy to forget just where you saw that special item you needed so bad only 5 minutes previous. Of course you could feverishly click the back button until it surfaces, or you could try History > Mark Page to set a SnapBack point. Then when you want to get back to where you were just hit the SnapBack button in Safari%u2019s address bar, and presto your there.

5. Bookmarks . I found this thanks to a tip on the Apple Blog . Safari has a unique ability to move from sites in your Bookmarks by using Command + number . This really speeds up my daily browsing habits as I assign Command + 1 to open Gmail, 2 opens Google Reader, 3 opens my eBay auctions etc. The numbers are assigned automatically based on their position in your Bookmark Bar, with left being 1.

There is really tons of commentary on getting the best out of Safari. Hit Command + Option + F to quickly highlight the Google search box to search for more juicy tidbits. Also be sure to check out Apple%u2019s official safari shortcuts page for more time savers.


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