In Google Chrome there is an option to turn of running any browser plugin (like Flash, Java etc) from running automatically. So sometimes we need to check whether Flash player is installed and enabled or not in Chrome. Normally we can check it with below code:
If you use an image for the background image of an element on a mouseOver or
As we all know Apple CEO Pens 6 Points Blazing Assault On Adobe Flash and about 2 weeks ago, Google announced YouTube Enhance Videos Embed Capability To Support Flash and HTML 5 Players. No matter where you sit in the HTML5 or Flash, Flash has always been the standard for showing video on the web for the most part, however, as more and more mobile or web enabled devices gain traction in the market there will be increased demand for web developers designing sites using video, to build their sites accordingly.
The <video> element in HTML5 is a long-awaited and probably one of the most talked about feature. We can easily embed videos into web pages without any plugins, using the <video> element. Here are 23+ useful HTML5 video players/libraries which allow you to easily embed video into web pages and ensure backwards compatibility.
We can resize the browser window by using the methods window.resizeTo( newWidth, newHeight) or window.resizeBy( DX, DY). But if you are an experienced web development, you probably know the function resizeTo() can not be always so exactly resize the window. Especially unkown the size of contents before loading in different browse.