By default, the Developer menu in Safari for Mac OS and Mac OS X is turned off. Still, it may be instantly enabled through the app’s settings to display the web browser’s extra developer-focused capabilities.
How to Enable the Develop Menu on Mac OS X Safari
These functions are meant for web developers but are also helpful for other purposes. Here is how to access Safari’s secret Develop menu:
- Select “Preferences” from the “Safari” menu.
- Select the “Advanced” tab.
- Select the “Show Develop menu in the menu bar” checkbox.
- Close Preferences, the Develop menu, and the Bookmarks and Window menus are now accessible.
- It is true of all Mac OS X Safari versions.
And, yes, this applies to all contemporary versions of Safari in any reasonably modern version of Mac OS X or macOS or whatever it’s called, starting with 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 10.11, 10.12, 10.13, 10.14 Mojave, 10.5 Catalina, and going forward.
Although the option may seem somewhat different in previous versions of Safari, the show Develop menu option is still visible in Advanced settings:
It’s worth noting that the Develop menu differs from Safari’s Debug menu, which may be activated individually through the command line. Both are beneficial to web developers, designers, engineers, quality assurance (QA), security experts, and anyone that operate in the web business.
Caches in Safari can be cleared:
Cache files may become corrupted if your Safari browser becomes sluggish or some websites refuse to load. To shorten page load speeds, Safari collects these files, which include website data like graphics and templates. Use the “Empty Caches” command to remove this information and enhance browser performance.
You may quickly open websites in many browsers:
You can launch the page using another browser installed on your Mac.
Suppose you visit a website that doesn’t seem to work with Safari because the web designer didn’t read the memo explaining how the internet is constructed using shared standards. Select the other browser you want to use under “Open Page With.”