Category Archives: 1.01-HTML

HTML Label Tag

Label Tag allows us to add label of an <input> element of an HTML form. A label tag can be bound to an element either by placing element inside the <label> element or by using “for” attribute. Example of placing element inside <label> <!DOCTYPE html> <html>   <form>     <label>Enter Name:     <input type=”text” name=”name”… Read More »

HTML Forms

HTML forms are uses to collect the user input. By using <form> element we define the HTML form. Syntax of HTML Form <form> Form elements </form> As above syntax HTML form contains form elements. Form elements are different types of input elements like text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, submit buttons, and many more. We generally… Read More »

HTML Table

We normally define table inside HTML using <table> tag. <table> </table> In side <table> tag- We use <thead> for define the header row of the table. Inside <thead> tag we use one or more <th> tag for define the cells corresponding to each column of the header row of the table. <table> <thead> <th> </th>… Read More »

Div and Span in HTML

We actually will not be able to utilize them without learning about CSS. DIV and Span tags are uses to group together bounce of HTML elements. The main reason to use them is to apply CSS on group of elements at a time. So although we will learn them now but effect will not be… Read More »

HTML Block and Inline Element

Every HTML element has a default display value depending on what type of element it is. The default display value for most elements is either block or inline. 1. Block Level Element A block-level element always starts on a new line and takes up the full width available i.e. stretches out to the left and right… Read More »

HTML List

We often need well organized information. One way to do this by using list. HTML has two main types of lists Ordered List Un Ordered List Ordered List List items are marked by either numbers or letters or by roman numbers. So they are called ordered list. List starts & ends with <ol> </ol> tag.… Read More »

HTML Comments

We can comment HTML source by using following syntax- <!- – Comment Goes Here – -> Our comment start tag is <! and end tag >. Example- Main Heading of this site Second Main Heading of this site Md. Mojammel HaqueCSM, CSPO, CSD, CSP-SM, CSP-PO (ScrumAlliance.org) Certification Profile Link- https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/profile/mhaque13 Currently working as Lead Team… Read More »

HTML Quotation Elements

HTML has some elements for mark texts as quotations. Following elements are uses to mark different types of quotations of text. <q> This element is uses to define short quotation. Example <p> This is <q>Short Quotation</q></p> Output This is Short Quotation <blockquote> This element defines a section that is quoted from another source. Example <p>Here… Read More »

HTML Formatting Elements

HTML Styles are some attributes for styling our HTML elements. We discussed about them in our previous blog. HTML also defines some special elements for formatting out texts with some special meaning. Those formatting elements are- <b> This HTML element uses to make the text bold without any extra importance as follows- <b> This Text… Read More »

HTML Styles

By using style attribute we can set the style of an HTML element. The syntax of an style element is as follows- <tagname style=”property:value;” > Here property means the CSS property and value means the value of CSS. Background Color property To set the background color of an HTML element CSS has a property called… Read More »