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HTML Tutorials

HTML » Tables — almost 7 years ago
table nested inside elements ⁄ elements nested inside table: see the lists
HTML » Tables — almost 7 years ago
Add data cells to rows in a table
HTML » Tables — about 5 years ago
Hello Reader's, In this article I will guide you how to create custom responsive tabs without use of any Jquery plugin. This will surely make your web page faster because its not an plugin. Its an simple custom Jquery HTML & css. For full information, Visit full Blog. http://findnerd.com/list/view/How-to-Create-Custom-Jquery-Tabs/4305/
HTML » Tables — almost 7 years ago
Learn how to display a table with a caption!
HTML » Tables — almost 7 years ago
Learn how to add tables to your HTML5 document !
HTML » Tables — over 5 years ago
Navicat allows establishing HTTP Tunnel to connect MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL and SQLite servers.
HTML » Forms — over 6 years ago
On clicking the submit button in the form, the action page should open in the new pop-up window...
HTML » Forms — almost 7 years ago
Like forms on paper, a form on a web page allows the user to enter requested information and submit it for processing. A form can contain input elements like text fields, checkboxes, radio-buttons, submit buttons and more. A form can also contain select lists, textarea, fieldset, legend, and label elements.
HTML » Forms — almost 6 years ago
Sometimes ago I wrote a tutorial on Introduction to HTML5, where I discusses the new document structure elements introduced in HTML5. In today’s tutorial, we are going to look at some of HTML5 Form Features. This is going to be straightforward tutorial, explaining each of these features and how they can be used. We will now look at them below:
HTML » Document Structure — about 6 years ago
In my last post, I discussed Introduction to HTML5, where we looked at some of the new features of HTML5. Today, we will be looking at Which to Use: article vs section. Using these new HTML5 elements can be confusing at times (I was confused to when I first started using them). But going by the semantic definitions of <article> and <section>, you will know the right to use.
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