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Tubzoonraug

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Learning what is an attribute (from the web)

Post by Tubzoonraug on June 11th 2014, 5:49 pm

What is an attribute?

As you probably remember, elements give structure to a HTML document and tells the browser how you want your website to be presented (for example, <br /> informs the browser to make a line break). In some elements you can add more information. Such additional information is called an attribute.

Example 1

<h2 style="background-color:#ff0000;">My friendship with HTML</h2>

http://html.net/tutorials/html/lesson7.php


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Re: Learning what is an attribute (from the web)

Post by Tubzoonraug on June 11th 2014, 6:01 pm

Show qhov ntawv cross out or strike out raws li lawv qhia hai tias yog attribute list.

<ol>
<li>Clean my room</li>
<li><del>Cook Dinner</del></li>
<li><del>Wash Dishes</del></li>
</ol>


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Re: Learning what is an attribute (from the web)

Post by Tubzoonraug on June 11th 2014, 6:03 pm

cov ntawv lawv cross out or strike out nws zoo li nov,  thaum sau tau nws cov attribute  nws zoo li nov.

  1. Clean my room

  2. Cook Dinner

  3. Wash Dishes





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Re: Learning what is an attribute (from the web)

Post by Davdub on November 28th 2014, 1:31 pm

Lesson 2: What is HTML?

This lesson will give you a brief presentation of your new friend, HTML.
What is HTML?

HTML is the "mother tongue" of your browser.

To make a long story short, HTML was invented in 1990 by a scientist called Tim Berners-Lee. The purpose was to make it easier for scientists at different universities to gain access to each other's research documents. The project became a bigger success than Tim Berners-Lee had ever imagined. By inventing HTML he laid the foundation for the web as we know it today.

HTML is a language, which makes it possible to present information (e.g. scientific research) on the Internet. What you see when you view a page on the Internet is your browser's interpretation of HTML. To see the HTML code of a page on the Internet, simply click "View" in the top menu of your browser and choose "Source".

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Re: Learning what is an attribute (from the web)

Post by Davdub on November 28th 2014, 1:39 pm

Lesson 13: Cookies

How and what kind of information websites are collecting from their users, and especially how they use it, is a hot topic. Often cookies are mentioned as an example of how information is collected and pose a threat to your privacy. But are there reasons to be worried? Judge for yourself. Once you have gone through this lesson, you will know what can be done with cookies.
What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file in which a website can store different information. Cookies are saved on the user's hard drive and not on the server.

Most cookies expire (delete themselves) after a predetermined time period, which can range from one minute to several years. But the user can also identify and delete any cookies on his/her computer.

Most browsers - such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome - can be configured to let the user choose whether or not he/she will accept a cookie. But then, why not just say no to all cookies? It is possible. But many websites would not work as intended without cookies, since cookies in many contexts are used to improve the usability and functionality of the website.
How is information stored in a cookie?

It easy to set or modify a cookie in ASP with DocumentationResponse.Cookies . In the first example, we will create a cookie and set the value.

First, you need a name for the cookie. In this example we will use the name "HTMLTest". Next, you set the value of the cookie like this:


<%
' Setting the cookie
Response.Cookies("HTMLTest")("Name") = "C. Wing"  
Response.Cookies("HTMLTest")("interest") = "planespotting"  


' How long the cookie should last - in this case one year
Response.Cookies("HTMLTest").Expires = Date+365  

%>

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