Html-Bold

Html-Bold

Html – bold

Producing bold text can be done via making use of the <b> bold tag.

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Html-Scripts

Html-Scripts

Html – scripts

There are two most common scripting languages that are generally utilized in HTML to create web pages. If you have the time, JavaScript and VBScript are very effective scripting languages to understand.

You can produce dynamic web pages, create image rollovers for actually cool menu effects, or even validate the data on your HTML forms before users render their data via HTML scripts. However, compared to HTML, JavaScript and VBScript are too complex. It seems to be easier to download someone else’s scripting code and justify it for use on your web page (if they have given you permission to do so, of course!).

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HTML-Entities

HTML-Entities

Html character entities

An “entity” is a decorative expression to refer to an icon. There are several icons, including copyright, trademark, or foreign cash icons, on your standard keyboard, so you have to show these characters utilizing a various method.

There are three segments to every entity.

  • Each starts with a ampersand – &
  • The entities’ name comes next – copy
  • And at the end a semicolon – ;

Copyright:

 
Combine &copy; to make – © – Copyright symbol.

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Html-frames

Html-frames

Html – Frames

Multiple .html documents can be showed within one browser window at a time via frames. It means that one page has no content on it, but rather signals the browser which web pages you want to open. Frames have become out of date along with the addition of CSS and PHP but if you want to utilize them, read on.

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HTML-Entities Reference Table

HTML-Entities Reference Table

Symbol Definition Numeric Value Correlating Name
  Non-Breaking Space &#160; &nbsp;
< Less Than &#60; &lt;
> Greater Than &#62; &gt;
Quotation Mark &#34; &quot;
¡ Inverted Exclamation &#161; &iexcl;
¢ Cent &#162; &cent;
£ English Pound &#163; &pound;
¤ Currency &#164; &curren;
¥ Yen &#165; &yen;
¦ Broken Vertical Bar &#166; &brvbar;
§ Section &#167; &sect;
¨ Double Dot &#168; &uml;
© Copyright &#169; &copy;
ª Feminine Ordinal Indicator &#170; &ordf;
« Left Angle Quotation Mark &#171; &laquo;
» Right Angle Quotation Mark &#187; &raquo;
¬ Negation &#172; &not;
® Registered Trademark &#174; &reg;
¯ Spacing Macron &#175; &macr;
° Degree(s) &#176; &deg;
± Plus or Minus &#177; &plusmn;
² Superscript 2 &#178; &sup2;
³ Superscript 3 &#179; &sup3;
´ Spacing Acute &#180; &acute;
µ Micro &#181; &micro;
Paragraph &#182; &para;
· Middle Dot &#183; &middot;
¸ Spacing Cedilla &#184; &cedil;
¹ Superscript 1 &#185; &sup1;
º Masculine Ordinal Indicator &#186; &ordm;
¼ ¼ Fraction &#188; &frac14;
½ ½ Fraction &#189; &frac12;
¾ ¾ Fraction &#190; &frac34;
¿ Inverted Question Mark &#191; &iquest;
À Grave Accent-Captial A &#192; &Agrave;
Á Acute Accent-Capital A &#193; &Aacute;
 Circumflex Accent-Capital A &#194; &Acirc;
à Tilde-Capital A &#195; &Atilde;
Ä Umlaut Mark-Capital A &#196; &Auml;
Å Ring-Capital A &#197; &Aring;
Æ Capital ae &#198; &AElig;
Ç Cedilla-Capital C &#199; &Ccedil;
È Grave Accent-Capital E &#200; &Egrave;
É Acute Accent-Capital E &#201; &Eacute;
Ê Circumflex Accent-Capital E &#202; &Ecirc;
Ë Umlaut Mark-Capital E &#203; &Eml;
Ì Grave Accent-Capital I &#204; &Igrave;
Í Acute Accent-Capital I &#205; &Iacute;
Î Circumflex Accent-Capital I &#206; &Icirc;
Ï Umlaut Mark-Capital I &#207; &Iuml;
Ð Capital eth &#208; ∓ETH;
Ñ Tilde-Capital N &#209; ∓Ntilde;
Ò Grave Accent-Capital O &#210; &Ograve;
Ó Acute Accent-Capital O &#211; &Oacute;
Ô Circumflex Accent-Capital O &#212; &Ocirc;
Õ Tilde-Capital O &#213; &Otilde;
Ö Umlaut Mark-Capital O &#214; %amp;)uml;
× Multiplication &#215; &times;
Ø Slash-Capital O &#216; &Oslash;
Ù Grave Accent-Capital U &#217; &Ugrave;
Ú Acute Accent-Captital U &#218; &Uacute;
Û Circumflex Accent-Capital U &#219; &Ucirc;
Ü Umlaut Mark-Capital U &#220; &Uuml;
Ý Acute Accent-Capital Y &#221; &Yacute;
Þ Thorn &#222; &THORN;
ß Small Sharp &#223; &szlig;
æ Small ae &#230; &aelig;
ð Small eth &#240; &eth;
ø Slash-Small o &#248; &oslash;
þ Small Thorn &#254; &thorn;
ΠCapital Ligature &#338; &OElig;
œ Small Ligature &#339; &oelig;
ˆ Modifier Circumflex Accent &#710; &circ;
˜ Small Tilde &#732; &tilde;
Zero Width Joiner &#8205; &zwj;
En Dash &#8211; &ndash;
Em Dash &#8212; &mdash;
Left Single Quote &#8216; &lsquo;
Right Single Quote &#8217; &rsquo;
Single Low Quote &#8218; &sbquo;
Left Double Quote &#8220; &ldquo;
Right Double Quote &#8221; &rdquo;
Double Low Quote &#8222; &bdquo;
Dagger &#8224; &dagger;
Double Dagger &#8225; &Dagger;
Per Mile &#8240; &permil;
Left Single Arrow Quote &#8249; &lsaquo;
Right Single Arrow Quote &#8250; &rsaquo;
Euro Mark &#8364; &euro;
TradeMark &#8482; &trade;
HTML-Div Element

HTML-Div Element

Html – div feature(s)

The <div> tag is a container part that encapsulates other page features and divides the HTML document into sections. In order to group together HTML features and apply CSS types to many features at once, web developers utilize <div> features. For example, the developer can make benefit of CSS types and utilize a font to all paragraphs at once via placating a font style to the <div> tag instead of coding the same type for each paragraph feature through wrapping a group of paragraph features into a <div> feature.

Set together text features onto a <div> tag to share HTML documents.

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HTML-Style Attribute

HTML-Style Attribute

Html – style attribute

Comprehending the HTML style feature will offer you a view of the Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) world. Actually, we are going to utilize CSS code with style which is known as Internal CSS. CSS styling provides a website with a completely new aspect and provides infinite adaptation of HTML components and the design of a web page.

A number of HTML features and tags became outdated with the establishment of style feature within the HTML language together with CSS. Instead of piling bulky formatting tags beside each the other, changing the fonts and color of HTML components is now done through CSS styling.

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Html-meta tags and meta data

Html-meta tags and meta data

Html – meta tags and meta data

In order to provide information for search engines that will not be observed by the web surfer, Meta tags are utilized. These concealed segments provide a flag for search engines to contemplate and will then offer that data to any probable users that unexpectedly inter your site through a search engine.

Previously, Meta tags were the basic means for your site to be determined by web spiders, but webmasters misused meta tags in order to recuperate their rankings in search engines. As a result, search engines have since adjusted their method in order to keep results appropriate. They now depend less on meta tags. Nevertheless, you should still involve meta for those search bots that still do identify them.

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Html-video codes

Html-video codes

Html – video codes

Video files, involving YouTube videos, are added into an HTML document via utilizing the <embed> tag. The src characteristic defined which video file to be added into the page. The <embed> tag does not need a closing tag. A brief explanation of the <embed> tag with a global URL is presented here. Be careful that its controls, involving Play, Stop, Pause, and volume, are currently considered.

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