I just came across an article about how to write CSS only visible to Safari 3.0 and Opera 9. It saved my life so I thought I’d share the love! It was especially useful to me while trying to use ‘display: inline;’ to create a horizonal nav out of an unordered list <ul>. It turns out Safari and Opera would prefer to see ‘display: inline-block;’ instead, which the other browsers don’t like at all. Now before you go test this, I will say that the only reason ‘display: inline;’ wasn’t working for me in Safari/Opera is because I’m trying to throw a background-color behind each list item <li> and pad it so that the color flows around the outside. Safari/Opera wouldn’t let me pad the list items unless they were set to inline-block.