Firefox Preferences has a convenient option that forces all new windows to open in a new tab instead. Safari has a similar option but requires holding down the Command key. This Terminal tweak enables Safari to work like Firefox by automatically opening all new windows in a new tab with a plain click.
Do you surf the Web on an iPhone, iPod touch or Android touch mobile device? Mactoids.com is now more mobilicious than ever on your iPhone – thanks to the very promising WPtouch Mobile Plugin and Theme from BraveNewCode.
The iPhone onscreen keyboard conveniently offers a .com button within Mobile Safari. Wouldn’t it be nice to have this feature available in iPhone Mail, too? And why stop at .com – having other popular top-level domain choices would also be helpful. Here’s how to reveal these hidden choices on your iPhone keyboard.
I spoke about Top Sites in the Safari 4 Beta earlier and even explained how to disable this feature. But to discover if I genuinely find Top Sites useful or not, I’m immersing myself by setting Top Sites as the default page when I open a new window or new tab – and as the […]
Quite a few users seem to dislike the new Top Sites feature in the Safari 4 Beta browser. Are you in this group? Would you like to remove Top Sites, including the Top Sites button on the Safari toolbar? Here is a brief explanation of how Safari Top Sites works and how to remove this […]