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Learn how to embed PDF documents in HTML using the a and iframes tags, and make PDF files not downloadable with W3Docs. Practice with examples
In this snippet, we’ll demonstrate how to force the content of the HTML <div> element to stay on the same line. Use the overflow and white-space properties.
In this snippet, we’re going to show how to deal with the problem connected with page break when you print a large HTML table. Use some CSS properties.
In this snippet, we’ll show how you can overcome the difficulty of increasing the space between the dots of dotted borders. See what properties you can use.
See how to use <video> and <iframe> tags instead of the <embed>, <frame> and <object> tags. Learn how to set video autoplay. Practice with examples.
In this snippet, you can find some methods of making a <div> fill the remaining space. Use flexbox, absolute positioning, tables, or the calc() function.
In this snippet, we’re going to demonstrate some ways of making a <div> expand to fill the remaining width. You can use the float and overflow properties.
If you want to make a button onclick, you need to add the onclick event attribute to the <button> element. Learn How to Make Button Onclick with Examples.
In this snippet, we’re going to demonstrate some ways of forcing the HTML <dt> and <dd> elements stay on the same line. You can use the CSS float property.
Read this tutorial to find out how you can make the middle element stay centered regardless of the widths of the siblings. This can be done by using Flexbox.