A clearfix is a way for an element to automatically clear its child elements, so that you don’t need to add additional markup. It’s generally used in float layouts where elements are floated to be stacked horizontally. The clearfix is a way to combat the zero-height container problem for floated elements A clearfix is performed
Meta tags don’t do anything to the content that is presented in the browser window, but they are used by the likes of search engines to catalogue information about the web page. The reason why meta tags used to be so important was because they were relied on by search engines to build a profile
A section element tag specifies a section in a document.or a more general section and that could be used to split up an article, or to represent chapters, for example.
description lists are quite often forgotten. This is maybe because they are much more specific than ordered and unordered lists and therefore less useful, generally, but where there is a list of terms and descriptions (such as a glossary), a description list is your go-to-element.
NOTE:To create table in HTML, use the <table> tag. A table consist of rows and columns, which can be set using one or more <tr>, <th>, and <td> elements. A table row is defined by the <tr> tag. To set table header, use the <th> tag. For a table cell, use the <td> tag. Just
Although elements like <div>s normally grow to fit their contents, using the float property can cause a startling problem for CSS newbies: If floated elements have non-floated parent elements, the parent will collapse. For example:
This approach uses simple html elements, so it will work in all the browsers without changing anything. Moreover, if you have styles for your buttons, this solution will apply the same styles to your new button for free.
Note: lots of info online says the browsers now treat autocomplete=’false’ to be the same as autocomplete=’off’. At least as of right this minute, it is preventing autocomplete for those three browsers. Set it at form level and then for the inputs you want it off, set to some non-valid value like ‘none’:
In some cases, you will need to ensure that the html/body element’s height is set to 100%. For vertical alignment, set the parent element’s width/height to 100% and add display: table. Then for the child element, change the display to table-cell and add vertical-align: middle. For horizontal centering, you could either add text-align: center to
For instance I am working on a web application where I want the content to fill the height of the entire screen. The page has a header, which contains a logo, and account information. This could be an arbitrary height. I want the content div to fill the rest of the page to the bottom.