According to the current Apple App Store Guildlines, iOS browsers that use a WebView are prohibited?

Apple's current App Store guidelines say

4.7 HTML5 games, bots, etc.

Apps can contain or execute code that is not embedded in the binary file (e.g. HTML5-based games, bots, etc.). Unless the code distribution is the primary purpose of the app, the code will not be offered in a store or store-like interface and provided that the software (1) is free or purchased through the in-app purchase; (2) only uses functions that are available in a standard WebKit view (e.g. it must be opened and run natively in Safari without changes or additional software); Your app must use WebKit and JavaScript Core to run third-party software, and must not attempt to extend or make available native platform APIs for third-party software. (3) is offered by developers who have joined the Apple Developer Program and signed the license agreement for the Apple Developer Program. (4) does not provide access to real money games, lotteries or charitable donations; (5) Comply with these app review guidelines (e.g., does not contain any offensive content); and (6) does not offer digital goods or services for sale. Upon request, you must provide an index of the software and metadata available in your app. It must include Apple Developer Program team IDs for the software vendors and a URL that App Review can use to confirm that the software meets the requirements above.

That sounds like all third-party browsers are blocked. Break it off

Apps may run code that is not embedded in the binary

Ok, that's a browser

… provided the software …

But you have to follow these rules

Your app must use WebKit and JavaScript Core

and all software runs in your embedded webkit view

is offered by developers who have joined the Apple Developer Program and signed the Apple Developer Program license agreement

Downloading random websites that run software from users and websites that are not included in Apple's developer programs violates these rules.

That would mean that all third-party browsers are blocked. I don't see an exception for browsers. It is mentioned that "HTML5 games, bots, etc." be carried out. Well, browsers run HTML5 games and "etc."

What am i missing

Why don't web browsers know the physical dimensions of a display?

CSS is a syntax for determining the appearance of text and other web content. Sizes and lengths are defined in pixels. However, pixels have different sizes on different devices. This is most notable with mobile devices.

If the developer wants to specify lengths in units of distance, such as centimeters or inches, the developer can use the CSS specification and its implementations to indicate what he wants, but he cannot keep his promises. If a box is defined as 1 inch wide, the browser converts the inch unit into pixels with a fixed ratio and creates a box with a width of 72 pixels that is different in length in mobile and desktop displays, none of which are 1 inch big is wide.

The question is twofold:

  1. Why can't developers specify lengths with real SI units?

  2. Why does CSS seem to support SI lengths but doesn't? Admitting that this is not possible would be better than lying. It seems that there is a history of a failed function here.

Thanks a lot.

google chrome – How to block loading / playing videos of all kinds (YouTube, Netflix, Vimeo, etc.) in all browsers

I am currently trying to overcome my addiction, spend countless hours online watching YouTube videos, etc. The problem I'm currently facing is that I need YouTube for my daily work (reading and responding to comments, researching channels, etc.), but I also get distracted from all the videos on the pages. Is there a way to disable video loading for all browsers?

Is there anything similar to editing the host file in Windows?

The perfect solution would be something that does not include extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Opera, etc. as they are extremely easy to delete (yes, I am quite addicted to these websites …)

Content editor web part – Iframe code that works in all browsers except IE 11

I have code for an iframe that no longer works in IE 11 (does not work in a CEWP and script editor). It appears in Chrome, Edge and FireFox as expected, but not in IE 11. I have other web parts in other parts of SharePoint that display iframes in order … it's just this – it doesn't allow users to select the "cookies" allow "to display content (the other browsers allow users to accept cookies to display the content). I've tried compatibility settings and code () – does anyone have any suggestions?

The Samsung keyboard doesn't respect my choice of input language in web browsers

I just got a new Samsung S20 and am working on how to configure it correctly. The system language is English because I like all of my technical stuff in English, but the input language I want is Swedish because I live in Sweden, and that gives me some additional Swedish characters that I often need.

For the Samsung keyboard, I only installed Swedish as the input language, and this works as expected in most places, although I'm still forced to use English as the primary input language when using a web browser like the built-in one or Chrome.

How can I get Samsung Keyboard to respect my choice of input language in web browsers?

Antimalware – How to remove the malware that hijacks the homepage of various browsers from hao.360.cn

That really made me nervous.
My friend installed freeware, which in turn hijacked the homepage of various browsers. The latter include Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer, etc.

Here you will find basic information on the hardware and software of the system.

Hardware: Dell XPS13 9360
OS: Microsoft Windows Pro 10.0.18363
Anti-virus installed: Kaspersky 20.0.14

When the problem first appeared, the home pages of all browsers were hijacked. I tried and managed to google and try to fix the chrome and rim problem. In the case of Chrome, I simply brutally removed all of the newly added files, then removed and reinstalled the software. In the case of Edge, simply changing the software configuration solves the problem.

However, the case of dh seems to be more complicated. I found a thread from Google in which the problem was discussed. It indicates that the malware has hijacked some dynamic library entries and they need to be carefully restored. I have followed only the simplest approaches, namely checking the link, resetting the configurations and setting up the system register for "Home", "Homepage" etc. The above approaches do not work.

Although Kaspersky has not issued a warning, some Google sites suggest installing certain malware removers. Some of them, such as B. SpyHunter, but may itself be a scam. So I'm wondering

Is there a trusted malware remover that I should try?
or
What should I do?

Thanks in advance!

safari – OSX web browsers do not load a page

I have a 2013 27 "iMac with 10.15.3 and in the past few weeks I haven't loaded any of my page browsers when I leave my computer idle for several hours (usually 12+) when I return to my desktop (Safari, Chrome, Brave – same results). The strange part is, when I open messages or find my friends, these apps work fine and load new data. When I open Terminal, I can ping a URL and get a perfect answer back.

When I try to restart my computer, I get a message that an app is not responding. Although the mouse / keyboard still works, the computer stops responding when opening or closing new apps. I am on a wifi connection but always a strong signal.

I ran a diagnostic check (press and hold D during startup) and no problems were reported. I ran a disk utility scan – no problems either. I searched for malware and antivirus – also clear. Nothing pops out in the console logs. The only way for me to get the web browsers up and running is to restart the entire Mac, which is very frustrating.

Any thoughts on what could happen?

Thank you very much