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    It's designed to be a home page on an iPhone. I went by (admittedly, just some of) the Apple UI iPhone guidelines to create it. It should work in most desktop browsers, but will look like crap.

    Thoughts from those with iPhones?
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    Hey, it doesn't show up well in Firefox, what's going on?



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    Although if you're on a very late version of Safari, it should look really close to the iPhone, provided you make the window 320x480. It uses a bunch of fancy webkit CSS extensions for things like rounded corners and text shadows.
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    Hey, Firefox has the same rounded corner extensions...

    I think Safari/Konqueror were the first to implement text shadows and multiple backgrounds. Totally kickass.


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