An iframe (short for inline frame) is a small frame/window inside a webpage that displays a webpage of your site or from another website. You can consider an iframe a browser inside another browser. The content inside the iframe and the webpage that contains the iframe are not affected by each other. Changing anything on each window don’t affect the other. Continue reading HTML Iframes
A list is a group of related items. A list plays a significant role in a website. It is much easier for visitors to skim your text and get its idea if texts are in list format than simply putting all the text in a paragraph.
In this lesson you’ll learn how to create a list, different types of lists etc. Continue reading HTML Lists
Without visual appeal, a website with only text becomes boring. Images make a webpage interesting and attractive. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to add images in a website and different related topics. Continue reading HTML Images
Not only you can use a link to open a webpage, view an image, or to download a file, you can also use a link to open an empty email in the visitor’s browser to send a message someone. It is a very useful method to send an instant email anyone. Continue reading HTML Email Links
The characteristic of non-linear navigation through links (or traditionally, hyperlinks) sets the web apart from the other media and enables searchers to jump fast from one source to another and increases chance to get required information instantly. Continue reading HTML Links
What is HTML document outline?
HTML document outline is a hierarchy of headings (h1-h6) inside a webpage which describes the structure of that page. Each heading creates a level in the outline. A heading represents a section of a webpage and leads the texts that follow it. The HTML document outline begins with the highest ranking of heading and it goes downward and it may include sub headings. Continue reading HTML Document Outline
Every type of document we see has headings which divide the document into sections and subsections. For example, in a newspaper story, there are a heading and few subheadings. A web page is no different. It is the HTML headings that divide a web page into sections and subsections. The content inside the heading briefly describes about the section next to it. Continue reading HTML Headings
HTML specification has defined what kind of content an element can contains. These specified rules are called content models.
Each HTML element can fall into zero, one, or more content models. From the content model we can also determine the location and sequence of elements in the document. Continue reading HTML Content Models