Discuss   HTML


About the HTML category (1)
Shorter way of typing <strong></strong> (3)
Why should we use CSS rather than HTML to create borders for our tables? (1)
I added <body> to my page as instructed but I am not passing step one. Why? (18)
Closing head tag (2)
HTML, div (2)
What is the difference between content that is inline vs blocks of content? (4)
How can I store my own images online? ( 2 ) (24)
Can we use an alt attribute with the <video> tag? (2)
Is it correct to say that the <body> element is nested within the <html> element? (5)
Why do we need to use 2-space indentations? (4)
Don't <div> elements increase the complexity of our HTML structure? (4)
How does the browser know what language other documents are written in? For example, why doesn’t css need a doctype? (2)
Why should we use divs if they don't change things visually? (6)
Hyperlinks (2)
If both <br> and <br /> are valid syntaxes, which one should I use? (7)
Why would we want to separate small pieces of content? (7)
Can you use the ID attribute more than once? (4)
Are line breaks the standard way of manipulating the position of HTML elements? (3)
What type of content might an HTML element contain? (7)
About target in tag <a herf=" " target=" "> </a> (2)
There are so many tags! How can I ever remember them all? (1)
How often should I leave comments within my code? (1)
Can I use tabs for my indentation rather than two spaces? (1)
What is whitespace and how does it differ from indentation? (1)
This exercise nests anchors within `<li>` elements. Wouldn’t it make more sense to make the entire `<li>` a clickable anchor by nesting the `<li>` in anchor tags instead? (1)
In this exercise we nested an `<img>` element within an `<a>` element to make images clickable links. Can we nest any element within `<a>` tags? (li elements?) (1)
Do absolute paths always point to remote files or assets? (1)
This exercise uses the `_blank` value to open pages in new tabs. Does the `target` attribute have other values? (1)
How can I link to a file on my own computer? (1)