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The :root selector is used to select all the elements of an HTML Documents. This selector covers all the HTML elements or tags. Syntax:Attention reader!… Read More
The :in-range selector is used to selecting all elements that are given within a particular range value. It is mostly used in an input element… Read More
This selector is used to select every element which is not the first-child of its parent element. It is represented as an argument in the… Read More
To auto-resize an image or a video to fit in a div container use object-fit property. It is used to specify how an image or… Read More
This resizable property is used to set the resizable area of elements. It is mostly used with textarea and div elements. To disable resizable property… Read More
There are basically three different types of lists provided by HTML:   Ordered List Unordered List Description list There are several ways to design these three… Read More
The accept-charset attribute is used to define the character encoding and is used for form submission. The default value of the accept-charset attribute is “UNKNOWN”… Read More
There is no placeholder attribute in ‘select’ tag but it can make the placeholder for a ‘select’ box. There are many ways to create the… Read More
The onoffline event attribute works when the browser work in offline mode. It is supported by <body> tag only. It is an opposite of ononline… Read More
Cell Padding The cell padding is used to define the spaces between the cells and its border. If cell padding property is not apply then… Read More
Creating an overlay effect simply means putting two div together at the same place but both the div appear when needed i.e while hovering or… Read More
The “+” sign selector is used to select the elements that are placed immediately after the specified element but not inside the particular elements. Note:… Read More
The checked selector is used to select all checked elements in input tag and radio buttons. This selector is used with radio buttons, checkbox and… Read More
The onpaste attribute works when some content are paste in an element. This event attribute is supported by all HTML elements. It is mostly used… Read More
Basic property of CSS: position: The position property specifies the type of positioning method used for an elements. For example static, relative, absolute and fixed.… Read More

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