"This will allow autoplay to occur when users want media to play, and respect users' wishes when they don't", Google's Software Engineer Mounir Lamouri said in a blog post.
The move by browser makers to limit media that plays without their say will be a welcome change, as auto-playing videos have often been derided as one of the most annoying forms of advertising. "These changes will also unify desktop and mobile web behavior, making web media development more predictable across platforms and browsers", Google says.
Google Chrome 63, expected to be released sometime around December, will label resources delivered over the FTP protocol as "Not secure", a member of the Chrome security team has shared. Google had previously urged developers to use autoplay sparingly, noting that it even though it can be a powerful engagement tool, it can also annoy users when sound is unexpectedly piped through their system.
The change won't make the web totally silent-videos will be allowed to automatically play as long as they are muted, and Google will allow users to indicate their interest in certain content to allow that media to play by default.
"Autoplay can make it faster and easier to consume on the web". In my experience, news websites such as CNN are particularly egregious with blaring videos as I'm trying to read the article.
Things will remain the same with Chrome 63 and 64 and the introduction of new features. Next year, you may never again have to hunt through your Chrome tabs in search of the one that's producing sound.
Also this summer Google announced they would be continuing their crackdown against unwanted content by launching Google Chrome ad-blocking features in early 2018.
It can be secured with SSL/TLS, "becoming" thus FTPS (aka "FTP Secure"), but Chrome and all the other major browsers don't support FTPS.
The group that decides this is known as the Coalition for Better Ads, which includes Google, Facebook, News Corp, and The Washington Post.
The nursing home's licensee is Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills, LLC, which is owned by a doctor named Jack Michel. More than 300,000 customers in the county, or a third of the total, are still without power as of midday Wednesday.
Despite a ceasefire agreement that was reached in November 2003, sporadic skirmishes continue in Kashmir. He sustained multiple bullet injuries in the incident and died while being rushed to a hospital.
The global team opened their innings with hard knocks from Tamim Iqbal, bringing them to 15 runs at the end of the second over. On Friday, the World XI , chasing a target of 184, never got going as they could manage to score only 150/8 in their 20 overs.
"I'm not sure if he's aware", Sarah Huckabee Sanders told a reporter when asked if Trump was aware of Hill's comments . Admittedly, some of Hill's comments were more inflammatory, even if they're nothing I'd personally argue with.
India and Australia would be considering this series to be a precursor for their preparations for the 2019 World Cup in England. India have been invincible elsewhere, winning an ODI series in the West Inndies and clean sweeping everything in Sri Lanka .
It was all-rounder Marcus Stoinis and wicket-keeper Matthew Wade who provided the fireworks for Australia in the death-overs. While providing some puzzles of his own, Stoinis was also at the receiving end of it on his way to 76 in the match.
Unfortunately, Cassini's cameras will shut down on Thursday, so there will be no live images of its final moments. What discoveries has it made? Other space stations in Madrid and California will also help monitor Cassini .
YU now sells YU Yunique 2, YU Yureka Black and YU Yunicorn in the country at Rs 5,999, Rs 8,999 and Rs 10,999 respectively. Speaking of cameras, the YU Yureka 2 houses a 16MP rear shoot that comes equipped with dual tone LED flash.
Her boyfriend, Tyler Tessier , had stood with her parents Monday at a news conference and made a soulful plea for her safe return. Wallen, 31, a history teacher at Wilde Lake High School in Columbia, was last heard from September 4 at her condominium in Olney.
Eight dead at USA nursing home hit by Irma
The governor said he has ordered a probe by state authorities , and Sanchez confirmed a criminal investigation has been launched. On Tuesday 6.8 million people remain without power in the steamy-late summer heat - about a third of Florida's population.
Samsung pumps $300m into autonomous driving fund
Harman manufactures auto infotainment systems, along with "connected car-safety" technologies, including rear-view cameras. The South Korean company, known for its Galaxy smartphones, is launching a new unit dedicated to automotive tech.