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Forms

19/01/2014 Categories: HTML. No Comments on Forms

A form is a collection of GUI controls like textboxes, checkboxes, radio buttons etc which allows the user to send data to the server. After entering the data into the form, a special program is used to process that data. Such programs are called as form handlers. Inserting a Form To insert a form into […]

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Frames

19/01/2014 Categories: HTML. No Comments on Frames

Frames are popular in the olden days. There are used in almost all the web pages. The frameset structure provides an easy way to create multiple, separate scrolling areas in a user agent window and a flexible mechanism to modify the contents of a frame. However, there are some disadvantages of using frames. Due to […]

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Tables

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Tables are a powerful HTML tool with many uses. They are developed primarily to communicate tabular data (for academic and research purpose). Tables are now used for many purposes like simply holding tabular data to the layout of entire pages. A table in HTML is delimited using the table tag (<table>). A table contains rows […]

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Links

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Links are the elements what make the World Wide Web, web like. One document can link to several other documents and those in turn can link to several other documents resulting in a web. Besides linking to other documents, we can link to any other content that can be delivered over the internet like: media […]

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Lists

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HTML was primarily created to reproduce academic and research text. For this reason, particular care was taken to ensure that specific elements, such as lists and tables, were implemented and robust enough to handle the tasks for which they serve. Lists HTML are used to display a list of items either in an ordered or […]

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