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WPD 533: The 3 problems with media on mobile, tips for normalizing CSP reports, “SSL is still a premium service”

  • Posts

    • The Surfin’ Safari blog introduces the CSS backdrop-filter property (new in Safari 9), post w/ screens
      • “The nature of this backdrop effect forces the engine to perform more rendering passes, which will have an impact on performance. Make sure you only use this feature where it is most necessary.”
    • @……… analyzes CSP violation reports from different browsers, post w/ findings and tips
      • “While not all browsers follow the CSP2 spec, with some transformations to the POSTed data, a normalized payload can be achieved.” ⁂ “You should use all three CSP-related headers in your deployment: Content-Security-Policy, X-Content-Security-Policy, and X-Webkit-CSP.”
    • “The three major problems with media on mobile”, @………’s post w/ workarounds
  • Opinion

    • @………: “SSL is still a premium service” (riddled w/ financial and technical hurdles), post w/ examples

  • Other

    • CSS WG plans to publish a CR of CSS Grid Layout in the fall (“please review and send feedback”), post
    • Currently, only ~7% of the top 1 million websites redirect to HTTPS, @………’s post

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