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Introduction of HTML Element Content Syntax
Where to find tutorials of introduction to HTML element content syntax and basics rules? Here is a list of tutorials to answer many frequently asked questions compiled by FYIcenter.com team in introduction to HTML element content syntax and basics rules. Clear answers are provided with tutorial exer...
2017-07-30, 231👍, 0💬

HTML Elements with EMPTY Contents
What Are the HTML Elements Defined with EMPTY Contents? The following HTML elements are defined to use the EMPTY content model: <meta ... /> - Element to provide meta data to the document. <link ... /> - Element to provide a link to a CSS file. <br/> - Element to break a line. <...
2017-07-30, 230👍, 0💬

The 'checked' Attribute of some HTML Elements
What Is Wrong with My "checked" Attribute Values? Attribute "checked" is an optional attribute for HTML element "input". In XHTML specification, attribute "checked" has only one predefined value: "checked". However, in HTML specification, attribute "checked" requires no value. If you are converting ...
2017-07-30, 219👍, 0💬

HTML Element Contents
What Is the XHTML Element Content? The content of an HTML element is everything you entered between the opening tag and the closing tag of the element. Here are some good examples of XHTML element contents: <!-- An empty table cell --> <td></td> <!-- "title" content: A simple te...
2017-07-30, 215👍, 0💬

HTML Element Content Models
What Are the HTML Element Content Models? There are 4 content models defined for HTML elements: 1. EMPTY - No content. Nothing between the opening tag and the closing tag. For example: <br/> - "br" element has no content. <br></br> - Same as above. <meta name="Author" content="F...
2017-07-30, 207👍, 0💬

HTML Hyper Links and URLs
Where to find tutorials of introduction to HTML Hyper Links and URLs? Here is a list of tutorials to answer many frequently asked questions compiled by FYIcenter.com team in introduction to HTML Hyper Links and URLs. Clear answers are provided with tutorial exercises on anchor tags/elements, URL str...
2017-07-21, 254👍, 0💬

Other HTML Inline Elements
What Are Other HTML Inline Elements? Other inline elements that are not covered in this collection: a - Defining an anchor. img - Defining an image. map - Defining a clickable image map. input - Defining an input field in a form. select - Defining a selection field in a form. textarea - Defining an ...
2017-07-21, 249👍, 0💬

HTML Line Break 'br' Tag/Element
What Is an HTML "br" Tag/Element? A "br" element is an inline element that you can use to specify a line break in the paragraph. Here are basic rules about "br" elements: "br" elements are inline elements. "br" elements can not be used at block level. "br" elements are empty content elements. Most b...
2017-07-21, 246👍, 0💬

HTML 'script' Tag/Element as Inline Element
What Is an HTML "script" Tag/Element? A "script" element is both an inline element and a block element that you can use to specify a script code to be executed by browsers. Here are basic rules about "script" elements: "script" elements are inline elements. "script" elements are also block elements....
2017-07-21, 244👍, 0💬

HTML 'big' and 'small' Tags/Elements
What Are HTML "big" and "small" Tags/Elements? "big" and "small" elements are inline elements that you can use to specify text to be displayed in bigger and smaller font sizes respectively. Here are basic rules about "big" and "small" elements: "big" and "small" elements are inline elements. "big" a...
2017-07-21, 234👍, 0💬

Defining a HTML Bookmark
How To Define a Bookmark? A bookmark is a named reference point in an HTML document. If a bookmark can be included in the URL that represents this document, the browser will automatically move the display window to the reference point as soon as the document is open. If you want to define a bookmark...
2017-07-15, 279👍, 0💬

HTML Anchor 'a' Tag/Element
What Is an Anchor "a" Tag/Element? An "a" element is an inline element that you can use to specify a hyper link in your HTML document. An "a" element can also be used to define a bookmark in your HTML document. Here are basic rules about "a" elements: "a" elements are inline elements. "a" elements c...
2017-07-15, 274👍, 0💬

Defining an HTML Hyper Link
How To Define a Hyper Link? If you want to define a hyper link in your HTML document, you need to use an "a" element with the "href" attribute. Here are basic rules about defining a hyper link with "a" element: An "a" element with the "href" attribute defines a hyper link. The "href" attribute is us...
2017-07-15, 265👍, 0💬

Hyper Links in HTML Documents
What Are Hyper Links? A hyper link is a special text in an HTML document defined with a hidden link to another resource on the Internet. While viewing the HTML document, you can click the hyper link, the browser will follow the hidden link to fetch the linked resource to you. Hyper links in HTML doc...
2017-07-15, 258👍, 0💬

What Is a URL
What Is a URL? A URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is a reference name representing a location of a Web document or other resource that is available on the Internet. Here are some examples of URLs: "http://www.w3.org/" "http://dev.fyicenter.com/faq/ xhtml/""http://www.google.com/search? hl=en&q=xhtm...
2017-07-15, 256👍, 0💬

Default File Name of a URL
What Happens If File Name is Missing in a URL? If the file name part is missing in a URL, the one of the following two rules will be used. 1. If a URL has no file name, but a path name is given, the browser will let the hosting computer to supply the default file name. On most hosting computers, the...
2017-07-07, 300👍, 0💬

Relative Path Name of a URL
What Is a Relative Path Name? A relative path name is a path name that starts without the leading slash "/". If a relative path name is used in a URL, the relative path name will be replaced with the current document path name appended with the specified relative path name. If "." or ".." is used in...
2017-07-07, 297👍, 0💬

Structure of a URL
What Is the Structure of a URL? The structure of a URL is defined by the URL specification, see http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc239 6.txt.Generally, a URL consists of 7 parts: Protocol Name - Identifies the communication protocol through which this resource is made available, like "http://" or "ftp://". ...
2017-07-07, 286👍, 0💬

URL Starts with Path or File name
What Happens If a URL Starts with Path or File name? If a URL starts with a path name, the browser will borrow the protocol name, the host name, and the port number from the URL of the current document to make up the missing parts. For example, if the following URL is used in this document you are v...
2017-07-07, 283👍, 0💬

Default Protocol and Port Number of a URL
What Happens If Protocol or Port Number Is Missing in a URL? From a syntax point of view, all URL parts are optional. If some parts are not included in a URL, the browser and the hosting computer will provide default values. Here are some rules about the protocol name, host name, and port number: 1....
2017-07-07, 277👍, 0💬

Hyper Link Indexes within the HTML Document
How To Build Hyper Link Indexes within the Same Document? If you want build some hyper link indexes within the same document, you need use "a" elements to define some bookmarks, then use "a" elements to define hyper links that pointing to those bookmarks. The tutorial example below shows you how to ...
2017-07-03, 309👍, 0💬

Hyper Link Points to a ZIP File
What Happens If a Hyper Link Points to a ZIP File? If you want to build a hyper link to allow visitors to access a ZIP file by clicking a hyper link, you can put the URL of the ZIP file directly in the "href" attribute of the hyper link. If a visitor clicks the link, the browser will fetch the PDF f...
2017-07-03, 285👍, 0💬

Hyper Link Points to a Music File
What Happens If a Hyper Link Points to a Music File? If you want to build a hyper link to allow visitors to access a music/sound file by clicking a hyper link, you can put the URL of the music/sound file directly in the "href" attribute of the hyper link. If a visitor clicks the link, the browser wi...
2017-07-03, 306👍, 0💬

Hyper Link Points to an Image
What Happens If a Hyper Link Points to an Image? If you want to build a hyper link to allow visitors to see an image by clicking a hyper link, you can put the URL of the image directly in the "href" attribute of the hyper link. If a visitor clicks the link, the browser will fetch and display the ima...
2017-07-03, 302👍, 0💬

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