Some debugging complaints:
- Safari sucks. There is no Firebug or IE Developer for Safari. There is this thing called Webkit, but I can’t figure out how it works. What the hell Apple? Why do you have to be difficult? No one wants Safari. Safari has nothing special over other browsers. It’s a pain in the ass to debug, and as a developer, I just don’t want more work to do tweaking css instead of designing world-class experiences. Please, for the love of Jobs, KILL SAFARI! Use Firefox! It’s open source! Everyone loves it. It’s a good browser. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE! I am on my virtual knees begging you! KILL SAFARI!
- Additional Safari issue. It’s very sensitive to well-formed HTML. I had some bad nesting and it looked god-awful in Safari. Everything else looked ok. It means that, when dealing with a public site, you gotta validate your HTML. One error I got in the validator was the”rel” wasn’t a valid attribute for a DIV. This is a bummer. Suggestion to the W3C. Please make a couple of freeform attributes! Like custom1, custom2, customer3. It would solve so many problems to just have a couple of custom fields! A little help over here, huh?
- Firebug is great, I wish that Microsoft would improve their IE Dev Tool bar to keep up.