Feb
09
2009

Mac OS X – Developer toolbar in Safari

Did you know that the latest version of Safari has a built in developer toolbar?

You can change your user-agent, disable styles, disable javascript, etc?

It even has a nifty network timeline so you can see how big your pages are and what the delays are.

It even has a nifty network timeline so you can see how big your pages are and what the delays are.

To turn it on go to the menu bar and select “Safari” > “Preferences” (Or press command + comma) and then select the “Advanced” tab.

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Now just tick the box that says “Show develop menu in menu bar” and close the preferences.

Written by John in: Mac OS X Tips |

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