This property controls selection of text and other elements on a page, except text fields of form, their contents can be selected whether it's allowed or not by user-select CSS property.
For a web-page, events are any user's actions - this can be keyboard input and mouse movement, and of course "clicks" - all these things are events.
Recently, I was repeatedly asked how to select a particular element in DOM, and this article will be entirely devoted to selectors in jQuery, perhaps most of them you have seen in various sources, but it's worth to put them together in one place.
CSS3 still surprises with a bunch of new features. Making circles and ovals has never been easier before. It can be done by one simple CSS property with appropriate value.
There are two CSS properties to control the numbering in CSS, counter-reset and counter-increment.
In CSS, templates of selectors are used to select element(s) which you want to style.
The following article contains a list of old and well-forgotten articles on how to work with tables and forms in HTML 4.01. These articles will be useful for beginners who just started learning HTML and have no clue how it works.
In this article we continue to study jQuery. Let's start with Effects.
This article belongs to the category "for beginners". Using simple words, we are going to talk about the fifth version of HTML.
On this blog, a lot has been said for those who already are in the coding business, and those who have just started their journey. The people we usually tend to forget are those who are aspiring to join the geek league.
No matter your practical experience and understanding of programming and web development, there is one thing no developer can deny; security is one of the major issues that constantly bug the mind throughout the development phase.
This article contains a list of old and well-forgotten articles on how to work with links and lists in HTML 4.01. These articles will be useful for beginners who just started learning HTML and have no clue how it works.
As you probably already know, some websites on the Internet have small icons (favicons) that are displayed by browsers somewhere next to the name of the website.