Category Archives: Software Development

HTML Images

To show images in your HTML pages, you can use <img> tag. You can use .jpg, .gif, .png images in you web page. Always use compress image like jpg, gif and png images for faster loading and betterresults. Img tag and it’s Attributes: Src: This is used to define the path of the image file that you want to show in your web… Read More »

HTML Lists

To create bulleted lines of text you can use HTML lists. Unordered lists (bullets), ordered lists (numbers) and definition lists (think: dictionaries) are three different types of HTML Lists. Click here to know how to styling List in CSS. Unordered lists (bullets): The <ul> tag <ul> <li>HTML</li> <li>CSS</li> <li>Java Script</li> <li>PHP</li> </ul> The different type of… Read More »

HTML Attributes

Many HTML tags have a unique set of their own attributes. These attributes are divided into core attributes, internationalization attributes, and scripting events. Attributes are always specified in the start tag and come in name/value pairs like: name=”value” Example <a href=”http://www.a2zwebhelp.com”>Link to my website.</a> <p id=”firstp”>This is my first paragraph.</p> <h2 align=”center” title=”center text”>Centered Heading</h2> HTML Attributes with category Category Attributes… Read More »

HTML5 Elements

In the previous chapter we have discussed about some of the basic HTML 4 elements. Apart form those HTML 5 has introduced some other useful elements and tags and also some of the old elements removed in HTML 5. Let’s discuss those in detail. HTML 5 New Elements <canvas> <details> <datagrid> <menu> <summary> Defines a visible heading… Read More »

HTML Elements

What is HTML Elements? Elements are the basic structure for HTML markup. Elements have two basic properties: attributes and content. Each attribute and each element’s content has certain restrictions that must be followed for an HTML document to be considered valid. An element usually has a start tag (e.g. <element-name>) and an end tag (e.g. </element-name>). The element’s attributes are contained in… Read More »