The popular video service for creators and brands updated its video player to support the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines’ Level AA compliance.
Websites can now add support for native dark mode for Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android by using the prefers-color-scheme CSS media query.
Cloudflare has leveraged its Workers platform to host static sites on its Edge caching servers, removing the need for a web hosting service.
To increase privacy and security, and to improve the user experience when people visit sites with mixed content (sites that serve assets with http and https), Google is transitioning Chrome to block all non-secure assets.
In an attempt to bring more native app functionality to PWAs, Google has created a Contact Picker API to allow websites to access contact details.
WP Engine worked with Wordfence to make their security plugin compatible with its hosting service and to remove it from WP Engine’s infamous Disallowed Plugins list
In a move to force mass adoption of DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH), Mozilla and Google are adding DoH to their browsers, and they plan to turn it on by default for all users.
The latest security and maintenance release of WordPress includes eight security updates, including several cross-site scripting vulnerabilities.