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Issue №29  Monday; August 21, 2017

Google emails warnings to webmasters that Chrome will mark HTTP pages with forms as ‘not secure’

"Google sent email notifications via Google Search Console to site owners that have forms on web pages over HTTP. These pages will be marked as not secure in Chrome 62 starting in October 2017." ▪ Link
 Articles, Tutorials 
Google warns 700 publishers digital ads will be blocked by Chrome update
"Among the 700 sites that are deemed to be in danger of failing the new standards are Forbes, the LA Times, the Chicago Tribune, the New York Daily News, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine and others"  ▪ Link
The best way to implement a “wrapper” in CSS

"Sometimes the first bit of HTML we write in a new document is an element that wraps everything else on the page. The term wrapper is common for that. We give it a class, and that class is responsible for encapsulating all visual elements on the page I've always struggled to with the best way to implement it." ▪ Link

Using CSS Grid where appropriate
A look at how to use CSS Grid and fallbacks. ▪ Link
📺 How reflow works with grid-template-columns
Snook takes a look at how CSS Grids work with browsers reflowing content. ▪ Link
Take care when using null transform hacks for forcing GPU acceleration
"Only use hardware compositing on those elements where you have a measurably high repaint cost." ▪ Link
Dynamic changes with and without Javascript for CSS custom properties
Using native CSS variables to modify web UI on the fly. ▪ Link
 Tools 
Remote apps
Recommended apps for remote working ▪ Link
pttrns
Collection of UI patterns ▪ Link
 Honorable Mentions 
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