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Failed to set Chrome iframe cookies

The new version of Chrome has added a feature called Samesite that disallows iframe cookies to be set. If we need login authentication in an iframe, it's a hassle. This can be resolved by disabling this feature. Example Browser Console Tips: A cookie associated with A cross-site resource at [link] was set without the 'SameSite' attribute. It has been blocked, as Chrome now onl...

Information | WebRTC M89 update

WebRTC M89 is currently available in the Chrome Beta channel and contains more than 39 bug fixes, feature enhancements, stability and performance improvements. This article is WebRTC M89 Release Notes. Welcome to follow us, we will regularly translate WebRTC related content, help developers to get the latest news, walk in the forefront of the industry.

Day 29: Write your first Google Chrome extension

In today's Learn 30 New Techniques in 30 Days, I decided to learn how to write a Chrome extension. After doing some searching, I found a Yeoman generator that could be used to write Chrome extensions. The extension we're going to write in this post is a plugin that can block social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. during work hours. This article will not cover the basics of Yeoman, you can read No....

Resolve the Chrome update V91 after the loss of history

Download records does not matter, the history is still very important, sometimes need to turn over the website opened before, and before with some custom domain name Settings fast search, if there is no history, but also to reset trouble.

Front-end interviews 3+1 daily -- Day 266

What is the reason for an error when an HTTPS page loads an HTTP resource? How to solve it? What do you think of SASS nesting rules? [js] window.console.log() and console.log() are there any differences? Where is it reflected? In the Analects of Confucius, Confucius Zeng once said, "I examine myself three times every day...

Google Browser Gets Local JSON Files Across Domain Issues

Why do you run into cross-domain problems? Cross-domain, that is, browsers have a security mechanism called the same origin policy (CROS). Client scripts from different domains cannot read each other's resources without explicit authorization. It ensures that scripts in one domain can only read and write to resources in that domain, and cannot access resources in other domains. Simple: Cross-domains are different sources, so to speak.

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