Month: July 2013

Linking to a mail System in HTML

By | July 30, 2013

 A mail System allows us to send and receive any number of e-mails. You can use the href  attribute pf the A elementto set the Email address of a recipient, such as mailto: Let’s create a web page named “mail.html” HTML file to understand this: In…Read More »

Working with Root and Metadata Elements

By | July 26, 2013

In HTML, <HTML> is root element and <HEAD>, <TITLE>, <BASE> ,<SCRIPT>,<STYLE >.. etc are metadata elements. Let’s create an HTML file to understand the root and metadata elements. File Name: “metadata.html” <!DOCTYPE HTML> <HTML>    <HEAD>          <STYLE type=”text/css”>               body {color:…Read More »

Validating an HTML/HTML5 Document.

By | July 25, 2013

Validating of HTML document means checking or verify its code according to standards of HTML5 specifications. For validating an HTML5 document we can use HTML validator. These are programs that check HTML documents according to the standard defined in them. Some common…Read More »

CANVAS in HTML5 – Interactive Drawing Support

By | July 24, 2013

HTML5 has an Element named Canvas, it provides a Drawing Surface.  This element has two attributes to specify the Dimensions :          Height      Width Syntex:                         <canvas id=”myCanvas” width=”ABC” height=”XYZ”></canvas> An Example is shown below:<!DOCTYPE html><html>   <body> …Read More »

Web Forms in HTML 5

By | July 23, 2013

HTML 5 allows you to create forms using the FORM element. This FORM element can be take user inputs by using the input element. In HTML 4, you can create forms that take input data by using the type attribute of the…Read More »

Link Relations in HTML 5

By | July 21, 2013

A link relation is relation between two files. HTML5 allows you to link your HTML file with another file. It provides two types of link relation, Links with external resources Links with different HTML documents.  Links with External resources and are created…Read More »