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HTML Tutorials

HTML » Basics — over 4 years ago
This video shows the convenient way to copy and paste data in Navicat. You can do it easily just like in other editing tools.
HTML » Layouts — about 5 years ago
Let’s say you have a long list of items in one of your WordPress sub-menu drop downs. It is often the case with Products or Services sections of the site. So, you probably want those sub-menu items to be split in 2 columns. But you want 2 columns only in certain sub-menus, and you don’t want to overly complicate things with a mega-menu WP plugin. Well, there is an easy way to achieve this using flexibility and power of WP menus, and CSS :nth-child() selector.
HTML » Basics — about 6 years ago
Find out why the html element is called the root element! Global attributes (like class, contenteditable, contexmenu, dir, hidden, id, lang, spellcheck, style...) demonstrated!
HTML » Basics — about 6 years ago
If a span of text, according to BIDI algorithm, is RTL aligned, you can LTR align it through bdo element. See how!
HTML » Basics — about 6 years ago
Video demo ruby element, rp element, rt element in HTML5 Visit http://w3-video.com for over 400 video tutorials on HTML5
HTML » Basics — about 6 years ago
Leanr to link CSS files, fav icons, scripts, next page, refetch resources. hyperlink vs. external resource link: see the difference
HTML » Basics — about 6 years ago
It is important to know how to mark up important content in your HTML5 document.
HTML » Basics — over 4 years ago
There is an example to show a div on click using only css. You can use it as popup box also. For more visit the link.
HTML » Basics — about 6 years ago
Find out when you can select: - any option - only 1 option - multiple options - at least 1 option - or have pre-selected option(s)
HTML » Basics — over 4 years ago
HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. It’s a type of text document, where text is ‘marked up’ by using special tags that inform a program that reads the text in how to render the text. Typically that program is a Web Browser such as Internet Explorer, FireFox, Opera or Chrome.
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