Google Chrome

Google provides Chrome 62 browser

Google has released Chrome 62, an important release for users and those who create or own websites. In this version, new warning messages appear to warn about pages that do not have a secure HTTPS (SSL) connection, but still have forms to be filled in by the user.

Google has focussed heavily on user security with the addition of new warning messages. When you enter data on pages that do not have an encrypted connection, you will be warned of Unsecured Content. Clicking on the message will show you more information about it.

New warning in Chrome
New warning in Chrome

Our hosting packages are equipped with free Let’s Encrypt certificates, so that such warnings will not appear.

In addition, developers have fixed as many as 35 bugs related to the security of the browser itself. Most of them were found in the bug bounty program.

It is also worth mentioning the support for different variations of the OpenType font. This allows you to use only one font variant, but with different parameters such as width, tilt or weight. It is no longer necessary to place each time a new font on the server.

.heading {
  font-family: "Avenir Next Variable";
  font-size: 48px;
  font-variation-settings: 'wght' 700, 'wdth' 75;
.content {
  font-family: "Avenir Next Variable";
  font-size: 24px;
  font-variation-settings: 'wght' 400;