Understanding Subresource Integrity

Understanding Subresource Integrity Understanding Subresource Integrity Drew McLellan 2019-04-09T12:30:59+02:002019-04-10T11:05:32+00:00 If you’ve ever used a CDN-hosted version of a JavaScript library, you may have noticed a strange looking integrity attribute on the script tag. This attribute contains seemingly endless alphanumeric junk that you may be tempted to strip out in the quest for cleaner code. All that junk is actually a really useful security feature called Subresource Integrity (SRI) that can help to defend your site against certain types of hacks and compromises. In this article, we’ll take a look at what SRI is, how it can help protect you, and how you can start using it in your own projects, not just for files hosted on CDNs. A Bit Of History Way back in the days when JavaScript was very much the poorer cousin to HTML and CSS, we didn’t need to think too much about how our scripts could Read the full article…

Sekiro’s difficulty debate results in incredible ‘you cheated not only the game’ meme

Perhaps you’ve seen the rousing debate around FromSoftware’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice percolating across the internet these past couple of weeks. Maybe you’ve even engaged in a few “git guds” yourself. But no chapter in the ongoing controversy over whether the video game requires an easy mode (or whether your relationship with it really says anything meaningful about you as a human being) has been quite as satisfying as the “you cheated not only the game, but yourself” meme. The phrase, part of an already-infamous copypasta, was said with seemingly earnest seriousness by a Twitter user late last week, in response to a PC Gamer article by journalist James Davenport detailing how he used a mod to cheat his way through the game’s… Read the full article…

The Research Is in: Data-Backed Marketing Trends of 2019

You have read them before – probably in December and January while you were half-full of holiday food and less-than-half-focused on marketing trends. Still, you plugged through, skimming articles about 2019 marketing predictions like they were going out of style. Unfortunately, some of them may have – gone out of style, that is. Why? Well, […] The post The Research Is in: Data-Backed Marketing Trends of 2019 appeared first on Usability Geek Read the full article…

Static Pages – Upload Static HTML Pages to WordPress

You’re reading Static Pages – Upload Static HTML Pages to WordPress, originally posted on Designmodo. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook! Static Pages allows you to publish any static page on a WordPress website with any URL in a matter of seconds. And it is perfect for SEO. Do you want to improve sales by adding a beautiful landing page for … Read the full article…

Free File Uploader Scripts for Websites

You’re reading Free File Uploader Scripts for Websites, originally posted on Designmodo. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook! Do you know that each second almost 1,000 photos are uploaded to Instagram? It means that when you finish reading this article, Instagram will become richer by nearly 200,000 pictures. And that is just one platform. With this passion for … Read the full article…

Sea of Thieves’ Anniversary Update Turns the Game Into Two Very Different Experiences

The executive producer for Sea of Thieves has just called me a “motherf**ker”. I can’t stop laughing. I didn’t expect this when I arrived at Rare this morning. To be honest, I didn’t really expect that kind of reaction to ever emerge from a session in Sea of Thieves. Despite its piratical set-up, and the built-in opportunity for meanness that allows for, Sea of Thieves has always struck me as an almost uniquely friendly shared open world. We all know how Sea of Thieves started out. Around release, I grew fond of calling it “the world’s nicest chatroom” – a place where I hung out with my friends while doing a few odd jobs, rather than undertaking grand quests (mainly because it didn’t feel like those quests were really there). It wasn’t what I could achieve in that world that drew me in, rather just the pleasantness of being there. Read the full article…