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HTML Select: A How-To Guide
The HTML <select> tag creates a list from which a user can select one or multiple options. A <select> tag should contain one or more <option> tags which represent the choices from which a user can select. Selection boxes are…
HTML Title Tag: Step-by-Step Guide
The HTML <title> tag defines the title of a web page. This title appears in the tab bar on your browser and when you add a page to your bookmarks list. All web pages should contain a <title> tag. When…
HTML New Line Using br and pre
You can add a new line to an HTML page using the <br> or <pre> tags. The <br> tag adds a break in the page. The <pre> tag formats text exactly as the text appears in your code. If there…
HTML mailto Links: A Step-By-Step Guide
The HTML mailto link opens a visitor's default email client when linked. This type of link makes it quick for a user to contact you over email. You can specify a default subject, CC, BCC, and body with a mailto…
Change Font HTML: A How-To Guide
The font-family CSS rule lets you define the font of an HTML web document. To refer to external fonts, you can use the url() method to define a font face. Or, you can embed a font CSS file from a…
How to Create the Copyright Symbol in HTML
The &copy; or &#169; symbols represent the HTML copyright sign. These symbols let you embed a copyright sign on a web page. The copyright sign does not appear on most keyboards so you need to use the HTML symbol code.…
HTML Form action Attribute: A How-To Guide
The HTML form action attribute defines what should happen to data when a form is submitted on a web page. The value of the action attribute should be the URL of the web resource that will process the contents of…
HTML Superscript and Subscript Text And When to Use It
The HTML <sup> tag specifies superscript text. This is text that appears at the top of a line of text. The <sub> tag represents subscript text. This is text that appears at the bottom of a line of text. Most…
HTML Image: Step-by-Step Guide
The HTML <img> tag adds an image to a web page. Use the src attribute to specify the location of the image you want to bed. The alt attribute is often used to display text in place of an image…
HTML Span: A Guide for Beginners
The HTML <span> tag lets you apply styles to a part of a web page or a paragraph. It is often used to stylize the text in a paragraph, such as by changing the color of a word. The <span>…
HTML Favicon: A How-To Guide
A HTML favicon appears in the tab bar of your browser next to the name of a website. The favicon is a small image that identifies the website a user is visiting. Favicons are declared in the <head> tag of…
HTML Footer: A Step-by-Step Guide
The HTML footer tag defines the footer for a web page or a section. Footers usually contain contact information, links to important pages on a website, and the author of a web page. When you’re building a web page, you…
How to Create a Hyperlink in HTML
A HTML hyperlink lets you navigate to a different page. An <a> tag defines an anchor. The "href" attribute specifies the location a user will be taken to when they click the link. Between the <a> and closing </> tags…
HTML Input: Step-by-Step Guide
The HTML input tag creates an input field in which a user can insert data. Common inputs include text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, and email fields. An input tag should be labelled using a <label> tag. Forms in HTML consist…
Learn HTML: A Guide to Learning Hypertext Markup Language
Whether you’re interested in building your own websites, or pursuing a career as a web developer, having knowledge of HTML is an essential skill. Hypertext Markup Language, or HTML, is one of the three core technologies that power almost every…
HTML Iframe: Step-by-Step Guide
The HTML iframe tag embeds a web document onto a web page. An embedded document could be a PDF, a web page, or another asset. The src attribute defines the location of the embedded resource. You can embed the contents…
ID and Class Attributes in HTML and Their CSS Selectors
When using CSS for styling web pages, you'll often want to target certain parts of your page. One of the ways you can select one or more element(s) is by either their ID and/or Class attributes. As you go through…
What is a Markup Language?
When we talk about markup languages in programming, we don’t mean that someone is trying to raise the price of something. A markup is not a price increase. It’s a way of representing data using a particular type of scripting…
Use the Bootstrap Framework to Create Tabs
Tabs are a user interface (UI) element that allow us to see different panes of information without using up extra space. Just like tabs in a binder or book, they mark a placement on the page for more information and…
Using the Bootstrap Framework to Create a Modal
A modal is a window that is separate from the main window of a web page. It’s main purpose is to disable the main window from user interaction and to share information or confirm something with the user. Modal windows…

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