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4.7. summary of html advanced tags

Two types of lists available are Ordered and Unordered lists.  Tables can be used to display information in an ordered manner. Forms can be used to get information from the user.  The Frame element allows more than one page to be displayed.


4.5.1. Nested Framesets

The frameset element is used to create more complex layouts in a web page nesting framesets, as shown in the following example. Example 4.5 Frames and Framesets <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE> FRAMES </TITLE> </HEAD> <FRAMESET rows = “33%, *”> <FRAMESET name = “f1” src = “example3-3.html”> <FRAMESET cols = “50%,*”> <FRAME name “f2” src = “example4-3.html”>


4.5. Dividing the screen-display using Frames and Frameset Element

Frames allow a web developer to display more than one HTML document in a browser simultaneously.  A document that defines a frameset normally consists of an html element that contains a head element and a frameset element.  The <FRAMESET> tag informs the browser that the page contains frames.  The frameset element contain attributes cols and


4.4.1. Form Elements

You can include form elements like text-box, text-area, radio button, check box, password box and buttons in your web page using the form elements.  The important part of a form element is the concept of the name/value pairs.  When the information is sent to the server, it is sent two parts: first an identifier, or


4.4. Getting User Input with HTML forms

One of the most powerful parts of the web page is the form.  Forms let you collect information from the user.  When browsing web sites, users often need to provide such information as search key words, e-mail addresses and zip codes.  You can use HTML forms, for collecting such data from user. Data that users


4.3. Displaying Tables in HTML

Tables are frequently used to organize data into rows and columns.  There is nothing like a table, to display complex information.  Tables are defined with table element.  The border attribute specifies the table’s border width in pixels.  To create a table without border set the border attribute to “O”.  You can also set the attribute


4.2.4. Definition lists

HTML provides a special marker for creating definition lists.  This type of list is particularly suited to glossaries but works well with any list that phrase with a longer description. Example 4.3 – Definition lists HTML provides a special marker for creating definition lists. This type of list particularly suited to glossaries but works well


4.2.3. Unordered Lists.

The unordered list is represented by <UL> and </UL> tags.  <UL> is given at the beginning and </UL> tag is given at the end.  Each list item is given using <LI> tag.  In the unordered list, every list item has a circle or square as its bullet. The bullet can be any one of the


4.2.2. The START and TYPE attributes

In an ordered list, numbers begin from 1. It is possible to start the number from any desired integer.  For example if the you want to  begin from 10, then you can represent it in the start attribute of the <OL> tag as follows. <OL start =”10”> Instead of numerals, alphabets namely A, B, C….,


4.2 Incorporating Lists in Web pages

You can create plain, numbered or bulleted lists.  You can as well nest one list into another.  All lists are formed by code that specifies what sort of list you want to create, UL for Unordered List and DL for Unordered List and DL for definition lists. 4.2.1. Ordered  Lists To Create Ordered List: Type


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