Emojis are characters from the UTF-8 character set: 😄 😍 💗
What are Emojis?
Emojis look like images, or icons, but they are not.
They are letters (characters) from the UTF-8 (Unicode) alphabet.
UTF-8 covers almost all of the characters and symbols in the world.
The HTML charset Attribute
To display an HTML page correctly, a web browser must know the character set used in the page.
This is specified in the meta tag:
Input form* Attributes
This chapter describes the different form* attributes for the HTML form input element.
The form Attribute
The input form attribute specifies the form the input element belongs to.
The value of this attribute must be equal to the id attribute of the form element it belongs to. 0550937393
Plug-ins were designed to be used for many different purposes:
To run Java applets
To run Microsoft ActiveX controls
To display Flash movies
To display maps
To scan for viruses
To verify a bank id
We have created some responsive starter templates with CSS.
You are free to modify, save, share, and use them in all your projects.
Toggle floats on any element, across any breakpoint, using our responsive float utilities. 0550937393
Use these shorthand utilities for quickly configuring how content overflows an element.
CSS Selectors CSS selectors are used to "find" (or select) the HTML elements you want to style.
We can divide CSS selectors into five categories:
Simple selectors (select elements based on name, id, class)
Combinator selectors (select elements based on a specific relationship between them)
Pseudo-class selectors (select elements based on a certain state)
Pseudo-elements selectors (select and style a part of an element)
Attribute selectors (select elements based on an attribute or attribute value)
Breadcrumb Indicate the current page’s location within a navigational hierarchy that automatically adds separators via CSS.
Screen readers Use screen reader utilities to hide elements on all devices except screen readers.
Form Elements This chapter describes all the different HTML form elements.
The input Element
One of the most used form element is the input element.
The input element can be displayed in several ways, depending on the type attribute.
What Are We Building? In this tutorial, we’ll show how to build an interactive tic-tac-toe game with React.
You can see what we’ll be building here: Final Result. If the code doesn’t make sense to you, or if you are unfamiliar with the code’s syntax, don’t worry! The goal of this tutorial is to help you understand React and its syntax.
We recommend that you check out the tic-tac-toe game before continuing with the tutorial. One of the features that you’ll notice is that there is a numbered list to the right of the game’s board. This list gives you a history of all of the moves that have occurred in the game, and it is updated as the game progresses.
You can close the tic-tac-toe game once you’re familiar with it. We’ll be starting from a simpler template in this tutorial. Our next step is to set you up so that you can start building the game.
It lets you compose complex UIs from small and isolated pieces of code called “components”. React has a few different kinds of components, but we’ll start with React.Component subclasses: