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This web design bundle will teach you everything from HTML to Flash

Every aspiring web designer needs to have a toolkit of skills totally mastered. With The Web Design CPD Certification Bundle, you can become an expert on the four essentials. You’ll master web programming languages HTML and CSS, create and edit images with Photoshop and use Dreamweaver to develop responsive

Opinion: When Chrome, YouTube and Firefox drop it like it’s hot, Flash is a dead plugin walking

But we wanted more: interactivity, responsiveness, perhaps even a little bit of bling. Flash made this happen, and animators and designers could create all the interactivity they wanted and wrap it up in a file that was inserted into the web page and downloaded on request. The

Microsoft drives an Edge between Adobe and the web: Flash ads blocked

Microsoft will disable Flash ads by default in new versions of its Edge browser. The Redmond software peddler said the upcoming Anniversary Update to Windows 10 will introduce a switched-on setting that disables some Flash content, requiring users to specifically activate Adobe’s plugin. If you have the

Dear Windows, OS X folks: Update Flash now. Or kill it. Killing it works

Adobe has published new versions of Flash to patch a vulnerability being exploited right now by hackers to hijack PCs and Macs. The APSB16-10 update addresses a total of 24 CVE-listed flaws, including one (CVE-2016-1019) that’s been exploited in the wild to inject malware into Microsoft Windows

Microsoft Edge will now automatically pause Flash ads

The death knell has been ringing for Adobe Flash for years now, but since we haven’t quite gotten completely rid of it yet, Microsoft is adding a feature to its Edgebrowser that will automatically pause unnecessary Flash content. Peripheral content – ads, random animations, etc. – will

Your Old USB Flash Drive Could Help Fight North Korean Repression

A tiny USB memory stick is unlikely to bring down Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, but thousands upon thousands of them just might help enlighten the North Korean people to the freedoms enjoyed by the outside world, according to human-rights activists. The New York-based Human Rights Foundation and

Adobe issues emergency patch for Flash bug

Adobe has issued an emergency patch for its Flash media player that closes loopholes in the widely used software. In its security advisory, Adobe said one of the bugs was being actively exploited in a “limited number of targeted attacks”. In total, the patch closes 23 separate