A characteristic of the style sheets that few know and use is the ability to define the rule of "competition" class! A tag, in fact, may possess one or more associated classes, which makes the latter extremely versatile, as well as my favorites. Like many developers use to do, I tend to associate the ID few CSS rules, if any. The ideal, logically, it would enter the ID only for the purpose of scripting, because it uniquely identifies an element within the DOM.
The methods (or functions) that return an immediate visual and HTML output can be packaged in two main ways:
Comment HTML is a practice during the early stages of Web development However, the commented code is visible in the page, even if it is ignored by the browser. Selecting "View Source" or "View Code" from our browser, we will always be able to see it.
I have been asked how to customize a graphical form, in particular a search form like the one on this blog. The technique used, or better that I use, it is obviously valid for any type of form. What changes is only the complexity of the work to be performed depending on the complexity of the form itself.
Under the title of the blog, on the left, just above the navigation bar, there is a "switch" that allows you to switch to a graphical theme alternative, more precisely, "clear".
The graphic theme of a blog is chosen by the owner of the blog itself, whether it is created by hand, whether it was downloaded from the network. The end result, however, in addition to meeting "we" owners should be enjoyed by our visitors do not always appreciate that certain layout choices. For some it will be trivial, for others it wonderful, for others still terribly annoying! Why, then, do not choose the "visitor" layout in which to display our blog?
In all browsers developed starting from the rendering engine WebKit (as apputo Safari or Google Chrome ), the fields
textarea show, at the bottom right, the characteristic feature of resizing. If this peculiarity can be really useful in certain cases, in others it becomes a disturbing factor.
The stickers (or ribbon) are those images that are positioned at the top right or top left, and commonly have an angular shape headband. There are various types, from simple static images to the spectacular Flash movies. Sometimes they are so constructed as to remain in their position even when we scroll the contents of the browser window.