Cross-browser compatibility is important. Very important. We have established that fact in our previous post on the need of a cross browser compatible website. So the next step is, how to make cross-browser compatible websites? How can we make sure that our website provides a smooth and seamless user experience across all browsers that your target audience may have access to, be it Firefox, Chrome, or even Internet Explorer?
I’ve had the privilege of moderating, growing, and designing Discourse forums. I wanted to create this guide as a quick walkthrough to help non-coders and designers customize their Discourse forum’s look-and-feel and play with coding! You will need to have admin permissions to do this.
1. Create a Header With Links!
These icons are links to other places your community lives, your blog, website, social media channels, or help pages! You can do as many, or few as possible.
Angular Select Has an Empty Value
Often, I’m faced with this problem while implementing a select (dropdown) in Angular. Here I have tried to walk through why Angular adds an empty value at the beginning of your select list.
Let’s start you have code like this.
Guides, resources and discussions about Semantic HTML are often focused around specific elements, like a heading, or a sectioning element, or a list. It’s not often that we talk specifically about how we can combine HTML elements to increase their effectiveness.
Normally, when we introduce HTML, we talk about how it is used to apply meaning to content in a document, and we do this by using examples like:
“Is it a paragraph?"
"Is it a heading?"
"Is it a
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What a great technological analogy by Mandy Michael. A reminder that TypeScript…
makes use of static typing so, for example, you can give your variables a type when you write your code and then TypeScript checks the types at compile time and will throw an error if the variable is given a value of a different type.
In other words, you have a variable age that you declare to be a number, the value for age has to stay …
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A challenge we recently faced was that we needed to create a navigation that showed up only when scrolling up.
How did we solve it?
Web developers wear many hats. Even if they only work on the “back end,” writing code that will run on the web server, they need to be able to: Write the HTML code that’s presented in the user’s browser. Write…
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The textarea is an HTML tag mostly used for messages and comments. It is very similar to inputs, but, because it provides an option to have more than one line of text, it is not presented as input [type=”textarea"].
In this post, we’ll go over all the options for using this tag, along with some often asked questions about it.
If you check the Chrome web store, you will find a lot of Chrome extensions. You can check this out using this link.
In the previous article that covers CSS subjects, we talked about the box model. An important property that’s connected to the box model is the box-sizing property.
The box-sizing property defines how the height and width of the element are calculated and if it should include the border, padding, and margin, or not.