Chrome vs Safari rendering

So when Google released Chrome and released a statement that said it was based on the WebKit rendering engine, I thought it would render pages exactly the same as Safari would, and thus save web developers from having another browser to test against.  Sad to say, I noticed that one site that was displayed incorrectly in different ways in Chrome and Safari.  I wish I had taken a screenshot since the site has since been fixed to display correctly in both browsers now, but the fact stands that Chrome and Safari may render pages differently.  I’m too lazy and don’t care enough to find out what the particular rendering differences are, but I’m sure there are other people that will do so.

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