Adobe Flash player has been able to get a lot of criticism over the past 1 years. This software happened to be the backbone of any website earlier but now it seems like HTML5 will finally be able to replace it completely. There are certain plugins that are required in various websites that are connected to Adobe Flash but very soon it seems like even they will switch over to HTML5. One of the major hits that Adobe will be receiving over the next 1 year will be a complete rejection of content posted on any website accessed through Google Chrome.
Although this sounds really very strange, Google Chrome will be one of the first browsers to completely boycott Adobe Flash connected material from any website. It will only be supporting HTML5 but on a good note this changed would not be brought about abruptly. Various websites will be given almost here trying to work on it because by the end of this here Adobe Flash Player will no longer be supported by Google Chrome.
Websites that are working only on flash will have to pull up with socks and introduce an HTML5 version as well where in the browser will automatically select HTML file and display the content. The flash content will automatically be rejected. Indore cases where there would be no option but to run the flash player Google Chrome users will be given a choice to run the software for one time in order to use the content but experts have advised that it is best not to opt for this one time usage at all.
For cases where in it would be necessary to run Flash Player the users would be able to see yellow coloured prompt at the top of the page just below the address bar where in the user will be asked for permission to allow or deny the service. This would be much similar to an unwanted popups that requires your permission to be made visible or else it is blocked. This in a cell shows how less important it will be for Google Chrome to focus on any flash content.
There is always a way around this. For those of you who feel that it is too early to say goodbye to flash and embrace HTML5 completely, it would be advisable if you can visit the settings page in Google Chrome and make certain adjustments when you will be able to toggle between the use of flash and HTML5. A few sites that are on a very high position but have strongly flash content may be allowed to run on the website as an examination to the owner Rules it has created.