If you are still using the Adobe Flash Player plug-in on your current website, Adobe will no longer update or support the plug-in in 2020? You’ll need to work with an experienced Web Designer to help you make the necessary changes or get a re-design.
Here is a checklist to determine if it is time for a website re-design. Get started now to ensure that you have a fully functioning website. Read this blog about 17 Steps to Create a Successful Website so you can re-design the perfect website for you and your business.
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Adobe Flash Player was released in 1996 and was a popular computer software for using content created on the Adobe Flash platform. It allowed users to view multimedia contents, streaming audio, and video. Flash player supports vector graphics, 3D graphics, audio, video and raster graphics.
In 2017, Adobe announced that it would not support Flash Player in 2020. This announcement was coordinated with Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, and Facebook.
Flash is not safe from security issues. Many websites are eliminating Flash in favor of using safer methods of displaying videos and graphics files.
Even YouTube has stopped using Flash to show their videos. They are now using a different technology called HTML5.
Most internet browsers are no longer supporting Flash player. The mobile browsers are no longer playing videos that use Flash Player. Chrome, Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, Opera, and Mozilla Firefox are using HTML5 video as their standard instead of the once popular Flash Player.
Adobe Flash Player Plug-In has seen a significant decline in popularity. One of the reasons is that Flash Player is a relatively old plug-in, and it has become increasingly vulnerable to online threats like viruses and hackers. Most web browsers have started disabling Flash Player content by default for security reasons. Website Developers and Designers highly recommended disabling it or making a website re-design to achieve your goals.
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