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Front-End HTML Summary 3.0—Stop worrying about tables and forms

Table Of Contents table Target: understand: Can say what the form is used for The basic structure of the table Application: Proficiency in writing tables with n rows and n columns Can easily merge cells Form role: To exist is to be reasonable. Table is still a commonly used label, but it is not used for layout. It is most common to display and display tabular data. Because it allows the data to be displayed very neatly and is very readable. Especially when displaying data in the background, it is very important whether you are skilled in the use of forms , a clean and simple form can show complicated data in a very organized way, although div layout can also be done, but there is no form that is convenient. . ps: Use tables in these places, you will feel that life is still so beautiful. . . . 1. Create the table In HTML pages, to create tables, you need to use table-related tags. Basic syntax for creating tables: <table> <

Front-End HTML Summary 2.0——Knowledge points you must master

Table Of Contents 1. HTML common tags First of all HTML and CSS are two completely different languages, we learn the structure, so we will just write HTML tags and recognize the tags. No more specifying styles for structure tags. There are a lot of HTML tags, here we learn the most commonly used, and some of the lesser used, we can check the manual on it. 1.1 Typography tags Layout tags are mainly used with css to show the structure of the web page, and are the most commonly used tags for web page layout. 1) Title tag (familiar with) In order to make the web page more semantic, we often use the title tag in the page, HTML provides six levels of titles, namely Semantics of the title tag: Used as a title, and in decreasing order of importance The basic syntax format is as follows. <h1> Header text </h1> <h2> Header text </h2> <h3> Header text </h3> <h4> Header text </h4> <h5> Title text </h5>

Front-End HTML Summary 1.0——introduce HTML skeleton tag

Table Of Contents 1. Introduction to HTML HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language ( H yper T ext M arkup L anguage) is a language used to describe web pages. HTML is not a programming language, but a markup language A markup language is a set of markup tags A web page is composed of web elements, which are described by html tags, and then parsed by the browser, and displayed to the user. The so-called hypertext has two meanings: Because it can add pictures, sounds, animations, multimedia and other content ( beyond the text limit ) Not only that, it can jump from one file to another, linking with files from hosts around the world ( hyperlink text ). html summary: html is a hypertext markup (tag) language We learn html, mainly learn html tags We use html tags to describe web elements. Such as image tags, text tags, link tags, etc. tags have their own syntax specifications, all html tags are represented by <> 1.1 HTML skeleton ta


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