Mac OS compatible web browsers

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It gives web browser solutions depending on your operating system and needs. You may either subscribe to the fulltext of this page for 30 days of your own self help, or get 30 minute intervals of e-mail or phone support. Both options are available for purchase at Macmaps.com tech support. Once you have purchased a password for 30 days, the direct link is http://www.macmaps.com/store/browser.html


Note: this page was formerly on the Mac OS X speed FAQ
This page was started as a one stop resource for many Apple compatible web browsers. In an effort to make it easier to find out why certain websites won't work on your Mac.

It is divided into these sections:

HTML in e-mail

A similar problem to that which exists for web browsers, is that most e-mail programs don't have complete support for web browser standards. As a result, getting HTML e-mail can be problematic at best. T here is an excellent site that discusses the issues of HTML e-mail at Birdhouse.org. Among them there are security, accessibility, and design elements which simply don't render the same way on all e-mails. If you receive HTML e-mails and have no option to receive text, I recommend contacting the company that sends such e-mails and ask for a link to the webpage which has those documents. Attachments are also problematic as my Mac OS X page reference discusses. It is better for any document being transmitted via e-mail that can't be represented by ASCII text to be saved to a website and referred to by a link in an e-mail, than attempts to render information in e-mail which can't be universally read.