Added two new security links. I didn’t scan Tumult.com, but I did scan my website. Photics.com wasn’t as strict as I thought. I thought my security header settings were tougher. I updated the settings and then I got an A…
I found out about the scanner because I was reading about the White House website switching to WordPress. It got an “F” on the security header scan. I like WordPress, but I’m not sure that’s such a good move for the White House. I thought Drupal was better suited for government work, as I think Drupal does a better job at security. Seeing the results of this test, and the recent move to WordPress, I’m concerned.
If you’re concerned about your website’s security, maybe those two new links are helpful.
The Twitter link is highly recommended. If you score a 20% discount on an iTunes gift card, that savings doesn’t come from Tumult.
@jonathan – If Hype 4 is going to have a paid upgrade, you might want to let people know about this ahead of time. That way, they can save money on the software. I doubt most professional designers / developers care about this, but it might be a good Twitter post and a way to built up hype for Hype 4.
I’m OK though. I loaded up my iTunes account when Costco had a sale on iTunes cards. It’s basically a race to see who gets the $80 credit. I’ve been waiting to see if CrazyTalk Animator drops their price. It was as low as $79.99 – but I missed it.
Of course, just how Monk uses a level to check his level, https://www.srihash.org is a third-party website. So you’d need a Subresource Integrity hash generator checker to verify the authenticity of the code.
In other words, you could also use the terminal to generate the hash locally. That website tells you how to do it, in the “How can I generate Integrity hashes?” section.
The guys who make Tour De Hype are Daniel Connerth and & Simon Widjaja; I don’t think they are on the forums much but were more well known for the now-defunct edgedocks.com site about Edge Animate and have done a lot with other Adobe apps too. The videos they make are great!
Not quite good enough to make the main list, but this is nice…
While working on my latest project, I’ve been using CSS Variables A LOT. I prefer using regular CSS, compared to something like SASS. Unfortunately, the browser compatibility is still a little lacking. It’s getting close though…