[CrOS settings] Migrate parental_controls_page to polymer3

Bug: 1045266
Change-Id: I5330039bac12981393d403258185d9a6010ff657
Reviewed-on: https://chromium-review.googlesource.com/c/chromium/src/+/2327864
Commit-Queue: Nnamdi Theodore Johnson-kanu <tjohnsonkanu@google.com>
Reviewed-by: Kyle Horimoto <khorimoto@chromium.org>
Cr-Commit-Position: refs/heads/master@{#793917}
11 files changed
tree: 77641ba62081f9624b076ccd081664c3ccefdaef
  1. .clang-format
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  3. .eslintrc.js
  4. .git-blame-ignore-revs
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  11. AUTHORS
  12. BUILD.gn
  13. CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md
  14. DEPS
  15. DIR_METADATA
  16. ENG_REVIEW_OWNERS
  17. LICENSE
  18. LICENSE.chromium_os
  19. OWNERS
  20. PRESUBMIT.py
  21. PRESUBMIT_test.py
  22. PRESUBMIT_test_mocks.py
  23. README.md
  24. WATCHLISTS
  25. android_webview/
  26. apps/
  27. ash/
  28. base/
  29. build/
  30. build_overrides/
  31. buildtools/
  32. cc/
  33. chrome/
  34. chromecast/
  35. chromeos/
  36. cloud_print/
  37. codereview.settings
  38. components/
  39. content/
  40. courgette/
  41. crypto/
  42. dbus/
  43. device/
  44. docs/
  45. extensions/
  46. fuchsia/
  47. gin/
  48. google_apis/
  49. google_update/
  50. gpu/
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  52. infra/
  53. ios/
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  55. jingle/
  56. media/
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  58. native_client_sdk/
  59. net/
  60. pdf/
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  62. printing/
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