There are several ways to place a clickable button on a webpage that will be linked to another page of your website. You can add inline onclick event to HTML button tag, or input tag.
In this snippet, we’ll demonstrate how to add an onclick event in CSS. The best way of creating an onclick effect is using the well-known checkbox hack.
Checkbox is one of HTML forms that is used on every website. This tutorial will show how to align checkboxes and their labels consistently across browsers.
In this snippet, you’ll learn how to align <label> elements next to <input> elements. Align labels to the right and left of inputs by using CSS properties.
The ::placeholder pseudo-element allows styling the placeholder text of a form element. Here you will find out how to align an input field’s placeholder text.
In this snippet, we’ll demonstrate how to allow only positive numbers in the input number type. You can use the “min” attribute to specify restrictions.
In this tutorial, we’ll show how to allow the file input type to accept only image files or certain image file extensions. Use the HTML “accept” attribute.
In this snippet, we’re going to demonstrate how you can apply CSS styles to the name of the element. For that, you can use attribute selectors. See examples.
In this tutorial, find out how you can assign a checked initial value to the radio button with HTML. To achieve that goal, you need to use the checked attribute.
Use the CSS ::selection selector to change the default highlight color while selecting texts. Use only CSS and do cool tricks to have a better user experience. All with examples.