Firefox

Mozilla Firefox is a free, open-source cross-platform web browser

Safari

Safari is Apple's web browser, the default browser on macOS and iOS.



Better select options

Example

"Note your fiddle is on load which will fail because you have update jquery filtering select options does not work in safari but works in google-chrome and firefox here is a better version"

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Why is JQuery dropdown list filtering not working in Safari?

"Firefox is just better for web development and i prefer safari overall"

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How to suppress javascript errors for sites I'm not developing?

Forgiving

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"I assume safari is the same;firefox is more lenient but i believe there must be a user click to start with"

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Multiple URL are not opening from anchor tag by using window.open in safari

"It seems that google-chrome and firefox were more forgiving than safari"

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Safari does not respect @Keyframes opacity/fill

"But i haven t yet figured out whether it s me writing sloppy code with firefox perhaps being more forgiving than safari or if it s safari or if it s jquery"

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JavaScript animation with Safari

Faster slower dom

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"Firefox is slower than google-chrome which boats one of the highest javascript engines a modified version of webkit;safari i believe is currently the fastest rendering engine out there"

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Why is Jquery slower in IE?

"On safari everything is slower than on firefox still the object property access is more than two times faster"

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Is checking an object for a key more efficient than searching an array for a string?

"In safari we found that the dom level 0 took twice the time off the dom level 2 but was still four times faster than either firefox case"

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Jquery unbinding events speed increases

"This looks like at least on safari and firefox prototype runs significantly faster edit not 20x as stated earlier"

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Javascript prototype operator performance: saves memory, but is it faster?

Fine work

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"Code works perfectly fine with firefox and safari"

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Url with dynamic parameters matching problem in Express (NodeJS)

"I m have the problem that video doesn t work in safari but works perfectly fine with google-chrome and firefox"

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HTML5 video problems on Safari

Better error message

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"Safari behaves better than firefox but an error message â œone error in opening the pageâ â shows up in the status bar if you remove the iframe during the load event"

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Never-ending "Connecting" message after AJAX form submit

"I planned on using svgs for the entire site but with only 20-30 svg images of medium to high complexity used in the page and google-chrome already seems to be showing som jank and high paint times for scroll and firefox is even worse though safari seems to do a lot better"

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Are svg images harder to render for a browser than bitmaps?

"The service is still in beta trial and firefox conversion is working better than safari one"

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Is there a way to port a chrome extension to other browsers?

Fine place browser

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"We ve also noticed that the time seems to be even longer in case of any adblocker in place while it doesn t seem to happen in other browser than google-chrome firefox chromium safari they all seem to be fine"

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"I m facing the problem that my html5 sample video doesn t load in safari 11 on osx but works perfectly fine with google-chrome and firefox"

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Video does not work on Safari and iOS

Others

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So to specify firefox greater than 20 safari greater than 9.1 and ie greater than 9

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How do you specify multiple browsers in autoprefixer using browserlist

Font looks sharp in google-chrome safari ie8 not as good as other 2 but less fuzzy than firefox

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Using FontSquirrel @Font-Face Generator: font quite fuzzy in Firefox

My issue is a duplicate and the answer to my question was given by stefan-peshikj in turns out google-chrome and safari are more permissive than firefox which doesn t accept an turn url with username not accepted accepted this solves my issue

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RTCPeerConnection with RTCConfiguration breaks on Firefox

I am so far aware of these rendering errors filtering html objects seems not to be supported in safari edge and ie colormatrix seems to be buggy in google-chrome when applied to svg objects colormatrix and component linear have been reported to be buggy in firefox 57 windows i have not seen all of these errors so feel free to add to this list or correct it

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SVG gooey effect not working on the latest version of FireFox

Here is a figure i tried to draw as a better explanation here is the function i have coded to do that then from a cube object attached to the camera not to the scene it can be rendered like that as a result this is what i got with a perspective camera and now it works with microsoft edge safari and other browsers despite when attaching to the scene and updating the position of the object to keep it in front of the camera it was only workable with firefox and google-chrome as for today

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Attaching position to camera but rotating in world axis

I saw that the discrepancy was because in safari the text element is taller than in firefox and includes a slight amount of whitespace on top that doesn t show up in firefox in firefox the top of the text element is exactly when the text starts

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Webkit vs firefox height of text

If you re satisfied with its browser support you could try position sticky although i would advise not too as it s still only truly compatible with firefox safari s latest versions

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Independent Div Scrolling with Body Scrolling

Please not that this solution only works in google-chrome and safari but not firefox;since firefox does not yet support column-span

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How to span an image over multiple columns in a CSS3 site layout?

In safari it renders significantly brighter than in firefox or google-chrome

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CSS Color Rendering in Safari

For example firefox does not expose anything about its windows through the accessibility api;with safari i was able to find the url but it was a bit buried within the ui element hierarchy

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How to retrieve active window URL using Mac OS X accessibility API

Firefox will also have a value of 0 but it will also factor in the values;unfortunately safari will not record consistent pagex pagey values for keyboard events and ie will record the exact location of the mouse when the keyboard click event was fired

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Check if the radio button is changed by the keyboard or mouse

Make sure that the syntax for background-position is absolutely correct otherwise safari will not be able to figure it out;firefox was a bit more forgiving

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Background-image pseudo z-index

Firefox msie starting with version 9 opera konq and google-chrome support;msie8 and safari not support

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Special Characters in Content-Disposition filename

However this is not a cross-browser solution works in google-chrome and safari not firefox;edit i have it working with jquery now but still doesn t work for firefox which is using mediaelement s flash fallback

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Loading indicator for HTML5 Audio tag / mediaelement.js

It works great in google-chrome and safari haven t tested ie but i m sure it s somehow worse than firefox

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Firefox breaking page; not displaying images or CSS styles

I just tested geolocation on firefox 3.6 and iphone safari os 3.1.3 the result is interesting firefox is more accurate than safari

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Geolocation Firefox accurate than iPhone Safari?

Result for n 10 fastest m was fastest on google-chrome 17.3m and safari 13.3m firefox 4.7m a b was similar and fastest on firefox 16.9m google-chrome 15.6m safari 3.5m slowest o for safari 0.35m k for google-chrome 0.35m n for firefox 0.31m conclusion the fastest solution on all browsers except small n on firefox was m however is not typical array - for it the fastest browser was safari for large n 6x faster than google-chrome 9x faster than firefox for typical arrays preferred solution is a fast and short code you can perform test on your machine here

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Most efficient way to create a zero filled JavaScript array?

Using proprietary extensions from firefox is almost as myopic -- you ll have a hard time convincing all visitors to switch to firefox for your site from ie safari or whatever else all visitors prefer and although the range of devices on which you can install firefox is broader than those on which you can install ie you re still cutting off devices such as iphones and android a segment of the market that s growing much faster than traditional pcs

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What are pros and cons to use vendor-specific extesions , which are not included in W3C specifications?

The above error means firefox does not treat multipart form-data as a valid entry in access-control-allow-headers http response header;however chrome safari seem cool about it

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Angular 1.6, $http.post not working in Firefox

Google-chrome or safari on a mac could be much faster than firefox on a pc especially with newer apis

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Local Storage vs Cookies

Google-chrome rendering engine javascript engine ios ios webkit nitro javascriptcore android windows linux blink v8 in addition to innominatum answer note that google-chrome for android windows linux uses v8 javascript engine while google-chrome for ios has to use nitro engine same engine that powers safari in accordance with apple s requirements for browsers released through their app store ios version of google-chrome uses the ios webkit which is apple s own mobile rendering engine and components developed for their safari browser therefore it is restricted from using google s own v8 javascript engine so google-chrome and even firefox behaves fundamentally same as safari on ios. that s why shows just one support table ios safari for ios references

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Difference between Chrome for iOS and Chrome for Android

That i gave to every link in the set of links home about us products contact and it seems that firefox is making that 1px margin much bigger than safari or google-chrome and distorting it

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Margin Discrepancies between Firefox and Chrome/Safari

My suspicion is that ie is swapping out the image for the last ie finds firefox is using the first and safari is saying screw this

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Disjointed rollover issues in explorer and safari

You need to know that firefox is not scriptable at all;however safari partially is scriptable

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How to use AppleScript to enter a filename in Firefox Save As dialog?

It looks like while google-chrome and safari are trying to do the right thing with 0px firefox is sticking closer to the standard

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Flexbox content spills over in Firefox

Firefox has dropped support in 3.5;safari does not seem to support it but the documentation indicates otherwise

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Better way to right align text in HTML Table

I run firefox on vista xp and a macbook pro regularly and aside from taking a while longer than safari or google-chrome to start up a while s fine and seems to use less ram than either

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Firefox killing the CPU

Note i was able to achieve the above functionality in google-chrome only as at this stage mozilla firefox provided limited support;whereas safari has not provided webrtc support so it was out of the picture from the beginning

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Can we combine multiple html5 <video> streams into one .mp4 file?

What you posted works fine in google-chrome and safari but doesn t do a thing in firefox;where it dies in firefox is the inclusion of a background image

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CSS3 Animation with different images in each frame

Note the above returns reliable results in google-chrome and safari;firefox seems less reliable out of the box

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Bezier curve arc lengths

Small in firefox is smaller then small in safari so never ever use them

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Is sizing fonts using "em" still relevant?

Ext js comes included with a debugging console you need to add debug.js and call ext.log blah to bring it up this will provide functionality that is similar to firebug on firefox but not as extensive still its useful for supplementing the poor development tools that come pre-installed with ie 8;firebug as ergo mentioned here is the most powerful of the browser-based development tools it allows step-by-step debugging however the latest versions of chrome and safari also come installed with develoment tools that are useful but not as much as firebug

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"Debugging" ExtJS script

Css3 transform difference in firefox and google-chrome and ie;in fact given that google rejected pointer event on the ground of speed which ie solved by gpu acceleration it can be said that google-chrome and webkit in general - safari is even slower is lagging behind on this front and the only way to help is contributing code to chromium webkit

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Is it possible to force hardware acceleration on a CSS width transition

It seems that ie and firefox are less strict than safari

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Safari not accepting Cookies while FF and IE does

You have few errors in html code marked with stars open site in firefox view source and you will get better picture in that part of page;i guess that safari is more sensitive to these errors than other browsers

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CSS in Safari, applied only after closing Inspector/editing 'live'

Please especially test on safari because it has some more problems than firefox and google-chrome

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A way to have table-rows with height 0 and overflow hidden?

Safari also doesn t apply it but interestingly it does if you go on to press a key on the keyboard. in firefox however the hover class is applied immediately;since chrome and firefox were the only two i initially tested with i thought this was a bug in chrome

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How to ensure CSS :hover is applied to dynamically added element

In safari it is several pixels higher up than in firefox and google-chrome and significantly lower in opera

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Positioning Across Different Browsers

To me it looks like safari gets it more right than firefox text is generally more around a middle line

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WebKit vs Mozilla vertical alignment of font glyphs in box

When i switch to other browsers launcher such as firefox or safari the problem goes away

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Karma Test running after executing tests screen goes blank

In particular a font may be rendered quite differently between the various browsers and operating systems in current use - safari and macos use more anti-alisaing than firefox or ie but ie9 has a new feature called cleartype which also affects font rendering

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From PSD to HTML/CSS

Both google-chrome and firefox inject the same script in the page to build the rendered text;it seems that safari doesn t rely on this script

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Python Selenium: Safari returns different text for span than Chrome and Firefox

Firefox seems to mess up fonts the most - on the other hand the text looks bold;chrome and safari doesn t alter fonts nearly as much making them look sharper but not really bold at all

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Poor font rendering in Firefox vs other browsers

Firefox doesn t include an origin header on same-origin requests;but chrome and safari include an origin header on same-origin post put delete requests same-origin get requests will not have an origin header

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Cross call working with Post but failing with pre-flight

They are all modeled after firebug an extension for firefox and the existence of which is why firefox doesn t have one built in;opera internet explorer chrome and safari all come with good debuggers built in links go to information about the debuggers

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What workflow should I use for JavaScript editing?

In ie and firefox fullscreen_block appears closer to the bottom than in safari and google-chrome

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Margin and padding problems in IE and Firefox

It seems that google-chrome internet explorer or safari are more strict than firefox on terms of security

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Configure Tomcat 8.0's SSL using XCA

Ie and firefox implement the spec correctly by putting the properties on the prototype;chrome and safari do not they put the properties directly on the object

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FF 13, IE 9: JSON stringify / geolocation object

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