I was surprised to see a new feature in Chrome that allows users to edit and resize the webpage using a mouse and keyboard, but I wasn’t too surprised to find it’s not available for Macs.
That’s because Apple’s Safari is a browser that’s only compatible with Macs running OS X. It has a handful of other Mac-specific features, but the default browser on Macs isn’t the best experience for people using other operating systems, like Windows or Linux.
It’s also one of the most complex browsers on the market, and to get up and working on MacOS it requires a lot of setup.
It may sound obvious, but setting up Safari on Mac OS X takes some time.
If you’re new to MacOS and you’ve only just started using it, here are the steps I took to get my website up on Mac.