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Does the Windows version render stuff differently then the Mac version of Safari? Our website has over 34% traffic from Safari Browsers. Just wondering as we're mostly a Windows shop.

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i really can't see why this should be closed - it's a clear question, depending to web-development which can definetely be answered. – oezi Jan 3 '11 at 16:19
What user agent strings do you see in your logs? e.g. are these iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad users accessing your site? They will all report as Safari also. – scunliffe Jan 3 '11 at 16:32
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the rendereing-engine is the same, so is looks the same. what could be different are form-elements without css-styles - those will be displayed in the operating-systems look-and-feel... (you havn't posted a link to your site, so you're the only one who could find out)

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To my knowledge they do not. They are both based off of the webkit browsing engine. Google Chrome also uses this engine.

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That's all great news. Glad to hear just OS specific will not display excaulty the same. – Anonymous Jan 3 '11 at 16:31

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