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.
In this snippet, you’ll find out how to change the size of glyphicons. You need the CSS font-size property to increase all glyphicons or only one of them.
In this snippet, you can see a trick, which can help to center an <img> element with the CSS text-align property. Use a <div> and apply the style to it.
In this snippet, we want to demonstrate how you can make the contents of the <p>, <div>, and <span> elements not to wrap. Use the CSS white-space property.
In this tutorial, you will find two ways of setting the size of the HTML <textarea> element. For that purpose, you can use HTML attributes or CSS properties.
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 tutorial, we want to demonstrate how you can add a border only to the bottom of the table row. Read and find out what CSS property you need for this.
In this snippet, you will find out how it is possible to add telephone links with HTML. See examples and try to add and style telephone links by yourself.
In this tutorial, see how to display ellipsis in the <span> element having the CSS overflow property with the “hidden” value. Add the text-overflow property.
In this snippet, we want to display how you can select the last element of a specific type. For that, you need to use the CSS :last-of-type pseudo-class.