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.
In this snippet, you’ll see how to make the text bold by using the <strong> or <b> tags. Also, you can use the CSS font-weight property in the HTML part.
In this snippet, you can find two methods of making a text input non-editable. Use either the HTML “readonly” attribute or add the CSS pointer-events property.
In this snippet, you can find out how it is possible to open a link from the HTML <iframe> element in the parent window. For that, you can use the <base> element.
In this snippet, we’ll demonstrate how you can create an overlay effect for two <div> elements. For that purpose, use the CSS position and z-index properties.
In this snippet, we demonstrate how it is possible to prevent tab indexing on specific elements. Read our tutorial to find out the answer and also try examples.
The meta tag with the http-equiv parameter set to Refresh is used to redirect a web page in HTML. Take a look at how you should do it. Practice with examples.