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PHP Assignment Operator

Assignment Operators Assignment operators are use to assign a specific value to variable. They are also use to change the existing value of a variable by adding or subtracting from the variable ‘s current value. A few examples are =, +=, -= and .=. In PHP you can use more than one assignment operator in a single… Read More »

HTML Special Characters

The table display the list of HTML Special Characters with Number and Name. Though in different character set the special characters looks like box or different shapes it is a best practices to use number or name in place of special characters. Character Entity Number Entity Name “ &#34; &quot; ‘ &#39; &apos; & &#38; &amp; < &#60;… Read More »

HTML Tables

Tables are defined with the <table> tag. A table is divided into rows (<tr>), and each row is divided into cells (<td>). The cell can contain text, images, lists, paragraphs, forms, horizontal rules, tables, etc. Example: <table> <tr> <td>&nbsp;</td> </tr> </table> Tables and the Attribute: Border: If you do not specify a border attribute the table will be displayed without any borders. Sometimes this can be… 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 »

Responsive Webpage Layout

Responsive Webpage Layout Design Lets create our first responsive web page. As we discuss before our layout should auto resize in different screen resolution and should work fine in different device like computers, iPads and phones. Click here to view list of devise and screen resolution in pixels. HTML Code: <body> <div> <!– Heasder Starts Here –> <header> <div> <!– Head section goes… Read More »