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== plugins ==
 
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The '''[http://www.zappatic.net/safarimicroformats/index.html SafariMicroformats plugin] for Safari (versions 3.2.1 or 4) is available. [http://www.mshaneglass.com/2009/safari-microformats-plugin/ Shane Glass's blog post has more details.]
  
A [http://www.zappatic.net/safarimicroformats/index.html microformats plugin] for Safari (versions 3.2.1 or 4) is available.  [http://www.mshaneglass.com/2009/safari-microformats-plugin/ Shane Glass's blog post has more details.]
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* [http://www.zappatic.net/safarimicroformats/download.html download the SafariMicroformats plugin] (requires OSX 10.5, 10.6+ not supported, no signs of work to do this).
 
 
* [http://www.zappatic.net/safarimicroformats/download.html download Safari microformats plugin] (requires OSX 10.5, 10.6+ not supported, no signs of work to do this).
 
  
 
It detects microformats (such as [[hCards]] and [[hCalendar]] events) on pages and shows their presence via a microformats icon in the address bar: <br />
 
It detects microformats (such as [[hCards]] and [[hCalendar]] events) on pages and shows their presence via a microformats icon in the address bar: <br />
[http://www.zappatic.net/safarimicroformats/index.html http://www.zappatic.net/safarimicroformats/img/img1.png]
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[http://www.zappatic.net/safarimicroformats/index.html http://zappatic.net/data/images/frontend/safarimicroformats/img1.png]
  
 
Clicking on the microformats icon presents a sheet of the microformats present: <br />
 
Clicking on the microformats icon presents a sheet of the microformats present: <br />
[http://www.zappatic.net/safarimicroformats/index.html http://www.zappatic.net/safarimicroformats/img/img2.png]
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[http://www.zappatic.net/safarimicroformats/index.html http://zappatic.net/data/images/frontend/safarimicroformats/img2.png]
  
 
Which you can then add to your address book and calendar.
 
Which you can then add to your address book and calendar.
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== see also ==
 
== see also ==
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* [[browsers]]
 
* [[implementations]]
 
* [[implementations]]
 
* [[implementors]]
 
* [[implementors]]

Revision as of 00:38, 5 February 2012

<entry-title>Safari</entry-title>

Safari is a web browser made by Apple Computer.

short URL
http://tr.im/ufsaf

plugins

The SafariMicroformats plugin for Safari (versions 3.2.1 or 4) is available. Shane Glass's blog post has more details.

It detects microformats (such as hCard 1.0 and hCalendar 1.0 events) on pages and shows their presence via a microformats icon in the address bar:
img1.png

Clicking on the microformats icon presents a sheet of the microformats present:
img2.png

Which you can then add to your address book and calendar.

supported microformats

The following microformats are supported:

mockup

The Safari microformats plugin is based on Jon Hicks's mockup:

2036669631_6e99870645.jpg

feedback

Please provide feedback and questions about the Safari microformats plugin. If this section grows too large we can move it to safari-plugin-feedback.

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issues

Please note any issues found with the Safari microformats plugin. If this section grows too large we can move it to safari-plugin-issues.

  • 2007-11-23 does not run on OSX 10.4 Safari or nightly Webkit build. The Safari microformats plugin requires OSX 10.5. Would be nice if it could run on OSX 10.4 Safari and/or nightly Webkit downloads. I tried both and got a warning dialog from SIMBL that it was not enabling the plugin because it wasn't supported on that version. Tantek
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see also