Firefox 83 introduces HTTPS-Only Mode
Security on the web matters. Whenever you connect to a web page and
enter a password, a credit card number, or other sensitive
information, you want to be sure that this information is kept
secure. Whether you are writing a personal email or reading a page
on a medical condition, you don’t want that information leaked to
eavesdroppers on the network who have no business prying into your
That’s why Mozilla is pleased to introduce HTTPS-Only Mode, a
brand-new security feature available in Firefox 83. When you enable
- Firefox attempts to establish fully secure connections to every
- Firefox asks for your permission before connecting to a website
that doesn’t support secure connections.
Source: Firefox 83 introduces HTTPS-Only
an article by Christoph Kerschbaumer, Julian Gaibler, Arthur
Edelstein, and Thyla van der Merwe.
How to Build HTML Forms Right: User Experience
As you build out forms for the web, getting the semantics,
accessibility, and styling right is a lot of work. If you can get
all those right, you’re doing quite well for yourself. However,
there are still some thing we can do to make life better for the
folks filling out our forms.
In this article, we’ll look at some of the do’s and don’ts about
HTML form user experience (UX)
Source: How to Build HTML Forms Right: User
an article by Austin Gil.
What’s changed in Bootstrap 5?
Bootstrap 5 is currently in its 3rd alpha release. The plan seems to
be to release Bootstrap 5 to the public as a final version near the
end of the year. In one of our recent projects we already went ahead
with using it, anticipating that the underlying logic wouldn’t
change that much from now until the release.
So let’s talk about some of the most important changes in Bootstrap
Source: What's changed in Bootstrap
article by Johan Ronsse.