We’ve seen so far how CSS allows us to apply colors, set fonts, tweak the text settings, position elements, space them, decorate them, move them around. CSS transforms are a collection of functions that allow to shape elements in particular ways: translate: moves the element along up to 3 axis (x,y and z) rotate: moves the element around a central point scale: … [Read more...] about Transform CSS property
TL;DR – In HTML, tab is a piece of whitespace equal to four HTML spaces in size. Adding Tab Space in HTML Unlike with HTML space, there is no particular HTML tab character you could use. You could technically use the 	 entity as the tab is character 9 in the ASCII. Unfortunately, HTML parsers will simply collapse it into a single space due to the whitespace collapse … [Read more...] about How to Add an HTML Tab and Avoid Whitespace Collapse
The following HTML tags are used to format the appearance of the text on your web page. This can jazz up the look of the web page, however, too much variety in the text formatting can also look displeasing. Header - <h?> </h?> There are 6 levels of headings available, from h1 for the largest and most important heading, down to h6 for the smallest heading. … [Read more...] about Text Formatting Tags
Firstly, HTML is short for "HyperText Markup Language". That may sound scary, but it simply means it is a language for describing web-pages using ordinary text. HTML is not a complex programming language. HTML Files Every web page is actually a HTML file. Each HTML file is just a plain-text file, but with a .html file extension instead of .txt, and is made up of many HTML … [Read more...] about What is HTML?
These are the tags used to divide your page up into sections. Effective use of these tags will mean that the page has a good structure and layout, making it more user friendly and easier to read. Division - <div> </div> The div tag defines a section or division within a HTML file. It typically contains headings, paragraphs, tables or other elements that need … [Read more...] about Sections, Divisions & Lines