Website developers are concerned about the potential impact of Change in version selection 100 from internet browser Chrom. The change may remove old pages created between 1990 and the early 2000s.
According to Chromium Bug Tracker, the affected sites are mainly those developed with web design group dThighs. All pages created based on this source code are vulnerable to code failure..
The report also notes that websites set up by the group, by British firm Yell Business, may also encounter problems. As such, it is likely that other systems with older architectures will also need to be modified.
The failure occurs because websites tend to check which browser is being used To generate access reports. This data is sent to a file called a string, which is a text document that stores browser information.
Given the above, when Google releases the version 100 from Chrome, and it’s currently at 99, Systems likely understand the series as “Chrome 10” (without another 0), which would block access due to incompatibility.
This is because the Duda group, for example, Compatible with Chrome versions over 40, released in 2015, there is no support for variant 10. It is worth noting that many of these sites may have already been abandoned by their owners.
the Google seems to be aware of what happened and Work on a possible solution. A possible solution would be to change the order of the numbers used to identify the Chrome version from “100.0.1234.56” to “99.100.1234.56”.