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User Interface (UI)
The portion of a web site or application with which a user interacts.
Helps to work around the problem of many browsers having alternative property names.
Sets width of table border in number of pixels
An element that contains content that is displayed in a separate section on the Web page, set off from other blocks. Always starts on a new line and takes up the full width available
Elements which go with the flow of the page/other elements. They are not separated from the other elements. i.e. <img> and <a> elements.Does not start on a new line and only takes up as much width as necessary.
A parent box can contain one or more boxes. The boxes contained within a parent box are referred to as child boxes.
Flexbox Box Model
A layout mode for using flexible boxes in user interfaces.
Offers flexible layouts for UI design.
Grid Layout Model
Can be used to create more flexible layouts for more complicated pages.
display:flexbox CSS property
Sets the flexbox as a block-level element.
display:inline-flexbox CSS property
Sets the flexbox as an inline-level element.
Makes child boxes flexible by height and width:
Sets the flew-direction and flex-wrap properties at the same time:
Overrides the default alignment of child boxes styled with the flex-align property:
Sets child box alignment within the parent box when extra space exists:
Assigns child boxes to groups and controls the order in which they appear in a layout, beginning with the lowest numbered group:
Justifies the alignment of child boxes within a flexbox to ensure all whitespace in the parent box is filled:
Determines whether child boxes automatically create anew line and wrap onto it or overflow the flexbox:
a CSS3 module allowing content rendering to adapt to conditions such as screen resolution
Similar to spreadsheets in that the use columns, rows, and cells, but you can create many different types of layouts that, in the end, don't look like a spreadsheet at all.
Child elements of a grid.
The horizontal and vertical lines that divide columns or rows
The logical space used to lay out grid items, similar to a cell in a spreadsheet.
grid-columns or grid-rows
Specifies parameters for one or more columns or rows in a grid. Values:
Provides a visualization of the grid element's structure and defines the grid cells. Values:
Positions a child item inside a named grid cell. Values:
grid-column or grid-row
Places child items in a grid. Values:
grid-column-span or grid-column-span
Defines the dimensions of a grid cell by specifying the distance (in lines) from the starting line to the ending line. Values:
grid-column-sizing or grid-row-sizing
Changes the size of implicit columns or rows, which are auto-sized by default. Value:
Creates additional columns or rows as needed to accommodate content. Values:
grid-column-align or grid-row-align
Controls a child item's alignment within a cell. Values:
Gives better meaning, or definition, to several tags so they make more sense to humans, programs, and Web browsers.
Contains contact details for the author of the page.
Defines an article, such as a magazine or newspaper article, blog post, or similar content.
Defines content aside from the page content
Defines additional details that the user can view or hide
Can be used for an individual article within the page or every page on the site.
Defines a header for a document or section; may contain introductory content or navigation links.
Used to group a set of one or more <h1> through <h6> elements so they are treated as one single heading.
Used to contain the major navigational blocks on the site such as the primary site navigation.
Used to group related content together. (Each section typically has it's own heading).
Defines a visible heading for a <details> element
Defines a possible line-break
The process of making content from one Web site available to many Web sites.
defines the table
Defines a table row
Defines a table header
Table Data- how you create a column
Specifies column properties for each column within a <colgroup> element
Specifies a group of one or more columns in a table for formatting
used to display list information in a sequential order
used to present list items but not in a particular order
Changes bullets to squares.
Changes bullets to open circles.
Creates a definition list
Used to contain the definition.
Presents a list of commands, usually with buttons.
A Web page that provides input fields for a user to enter data.
The information a user enters into field in a Web or client application form.
Specifies a set of character encodings the server accepts. Value=character_set
Specifies the Web address to which form data is sent. Value=URL
Specifies the name of a form, which is used to reference form data after a form is submitted. Value=text
I show up when images are nowhere to be found
A Boolean attribute, specifies that a control is to be focused, or selected, as soon as the page loads. Value=autofocus
Disables an input element. Value=disabled
Specifies the form (or multiple forms) an input element belongs to. Value=form_id
Specifies te Web address of the file that will process the input control when the form is submitted. Value=URL
Specifies the HTTP (transmission method used for sending form data to a Web address. Value=get or Value=post
A Boolean attribute that prevents validation when submitting input. Value=formnovalidate
Specifies a keyword that indicates where to display the response received after submitting the form. Value:
Refers to a datalist element that contains predefined content to autocomplete input, such as selecting an item fro a dropdown list. Value=datalist_id
Specifies the maximum value for an input element. Value=date or Value=number
Specifies the minimum value for an input element. Value=date or Value=number
A Boolean attribute that specifies the user may enter multiple values. Value=multiple
Restricts an input field to read-only. Value=readonly
A Boolean attribute that requires an input field to be filled out before submitting the form. Value=required
Specifies the width of an input element, in number of characters. Value=number
Used to define the address for images and other HTML media.
Specifies the type of input element to display. Value:
Specifies the value of an input element. Value=text
The browser checks the data the user inputs.
Input data is validated before submission to the server.
The server validates data received from an input form.
Indicates the begining of a new paragraph.
Marks text to appear in the third largest heading font size.
Creates a paragraph or double-spaced break between text.
Indicates an unordered (Bulleted) list.
Indicates that the line item that follows the tag is an item within a list.
HTML tag that creates divisions or containers
Acts as a container for any section of the page that could stand alone and potentially be syndicated. Defines an independent self-contained article