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.
Three months after Google switched to using evergreen Chromium for their Googlebot crawler, they are now updating their search tools to also use evergreen Chromium to render pages.
The W3C has proposed new ways to decorate lines that will allow web developers and designers to control the thickness and offset of lines. They are also introducing spelling and grammar error line properties.
In an attempt to reestablish robots.txt best practices and provide an extensible architecture to crawlers, Google removes well-known rules and recommends webmasters use alternative methods to accomplish similar results.