Web designers now have one more web browser to test their websites in: Safari for Windows.
[[UPDATE 11/21/2007: The 3.0.4 release of Safari for Windows fixes the problem described in the rest of this blog post. If you have version 3.0.4 or later of Safari for Windows, you can preview your web pages from Expression Web in Safari without pointing to the batch file provided in this blog post. To add Safari to your list of browsers in Expression Web, go to File > Preview in Browser > Edit Browser List. In the Edit Browser List dialog box, click Add and select the Safari.exe file on your computer.]]
You can setup the Preview in Browser feature in Expression Web to include Safari 3 Beta, but you’ll discover that instead of displaying the page you try to preview, Safari 3.0.3 will display your browser homepage.
To get around this, you could start Safari and manually open your page by using the browser’s File > Open File command. But the quickest and most convenient way to get around this Safari 3 Beta flaw is to point the Expression Web Preview in Browser feature to a batch file that forces Safari to display the web page you specify. To do that, follow these instructions:
When you use File > Preview in Browser > Safari Beta, a command window quickly opens and closes, and then Safari opens and displays your web page.
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This appears to have been fixed with Version 3.0.4 of Safari.
Apple has released an update (version 3.0.4) for the Safari web browser for Windows, which fixes the