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https is the trend of the development of the world's websites

Author: bamboo06 on 27-11-2018, 14:27, views: 768

0 HTTPS This is a lot of websites that are used to protect user data. It is enabled when the user logs in. More often, due to trade-offs in performance overhead, basically all data is transmitted unencrypted. Multimedia files, especially streaming media, seem to have no security problems in plain text transmission. However, they actually have very serious consequences, such as being maliciously hijacked traffic, and inserting a small advertisement on the page. The visitor also thought that this was the advertisement provided by the interviewed station. If it is a normal advertisement, it can be tolerated, but pornographic gambling false medical advertisements abound. This is certainly not a good user experience.
https is the trend of the development of the world's websites

So, in our particular environment, it's okay to focus on HTTPS, not to mention deploying HTTPS for the purpose of protecting user privacy.

Category: Internet


Website status code

Author: bamboo06 on 14-11-2018, 18:19, views: 954

2 404, 503, 301, the website status code is the most common, but as a webmaster, you should have more website status codes in order to respond to various errors in the website and fix errors faster. Here are some website status codes that Yang Xiaojie blogs for everyone.
Website status code

100 Continue
The initial request has been accepted and the customer should continue to send the rest of the request. (HTTP 1.1 new)
101 Switching Protocols
The server will switch to another protocol in accordance with the client's request (HTTP 1.1 new)
200 OK
Everything is ok, and the answer to the GET and POST requests is followed.

Category: Internet


Drag and Drop Drag and Drop for HTML5

Author: bamboo06 on 11-11-2018, 21:41, views: 416

1 Drag & Drop is a common feature that grabs an object and drags it to another location. In HTML5, drag and drop is part of the standard, and any element can be dragged and dropped. In the past, we used the Mousedown, Mouseove, Mouseup and other events of the mouse to constantly acquire the coordinates of the mouse to modify the position of the element. Now the html5 native Drag & Drop event (DnD) is convenient and the performance is improved.

Internet Explorer 9+, Firefox, Opera 12, Chrome, and Safari 5 support drag and drop.

Category: HTML5