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All right so let's get this styled we can see here this is my folder this is the SP or SP hpf so style PHP form I'm gonna create a new folder in here this is just good organization that I always that I've always done that helps me out and I'm going to call it CSS and I'm gonna create another folder and call it images because that's where I'm gonna put my pictures now let's see here so let's create the CSS file that we're gonna hook up to this HTML file so I'm in here I'm just going to do file new whatever type of text editor that you're using it should let you do that so I'm going to do file new I'm just going to type something in here so I can save it ctrl s I'm going to save it inside of the CSS folder and I'll just call it CSS CSS you can call it whatever you want just make sure that you have the CSS extension cascading stylesheets all right erase that so I'm going to come over here and I have to link it so I'm going to use that using a link tag re l equals stylesheet type equals text slash CSS href equals and now I got to tell the code where the CSS sheet is well write that file that I'm editing right now is right here so the CSS file is in a folder called CSS and then that's called CSS CSS so I have to say go into the folder called CSS and link the file called CSS CSS and usually what I'll do this is just me I'll hurry in style something like background color is black just to make sure that it hooked up because I don't want to spend forever doing things and then I find out that I did something wrong okay cool so I got a black background so I know that it's it's hooked up correctly so I can just get rid of that because I know it's working okay so I got to start I got to come in here and I got to add some things to my HTML so I can call these elements with my CSS now I'm gonna add some now I may forget some and add some later but don't worry I'll explain what I'm doing as I'm doing it so first thing I'm gonna do is give this form an ID of F that allows us to just hone in to this form and then style all the things that are inside this inside of this form okay the next thing I got to do well we'll just kind of do it as we do it I guess so let's take a look so this is what we have the first section I want to the first section that I'm going to mess with is this font you know these fonts of

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What is the full form of HTML?
The definition of HTML is HyperText Markup Language.HTML is a computer language devised to allow website creation. These websites can then be viewed by anyone else connected to the Internet. It is relatively easy to learn, with the basics being accessible to most people in one sitting; and quite powerful in what it allows you to create.The !DOCTYPE html declaration defines this document to be HTML5The html element is the root element of an HTML pageThe head element contains meta information about the documentThe title element specifies a title for the documentThe body element contains the visible page contentThe h1 element defines a large headingThe p element defines a paragraph
How do I pass the attribute value from jsp page to spring controller?
There are multiple ways to do this. I will explain a couple of ways. Create a user class at the server which contains a name and password field(this is not a good practice to keep password in same object but for learning purpose its perfectly ok) as:public class User{ ate String userName; ate String password; tters and setters the spring controller would look like:@RequestMapping(value="login", method=RequestMethod.POST) ic void loginUser(User user){ er object will automatically be populated with values sent from browser or jsp page. Provide your authentication logic here he above method, note thatthe name given in value attribute of @RequestMapping should match the html page form action value.We gave the object of user class as method argument in the loginUser function. If you give  a class object in a controller method as argument then its field names(userName and password in this case) should match the name attribute of html form input tags.Now coming to html form, it will look like:form action="login" method="Post" ut name="userName" type="text"/br/ ut name="password" type="password"/br/ ut type="submit"/ rm he above form note that:the name attributes of inputs whose values you want to send to server should exactly match with the field names of the class object which we have given in the controller method.form action should match the value of RequestMapping annotation of controller method.    2. Second method involves changing the controller method. HTML form remains    the same. The controller method will look like@RequestMapping(value="login", method=RequestMethod.POST)public void loginUser(@RequestParam("userName")String name, @RequestParam("password")String password ){//Provide your authentication logic using name and password values} Note: The values given in RequestParam should exactly match the name attributes of html form input tags.There may the need of creating User class or not in second method. Depends on your requirement but authentication logic can be written without User class as well in second method.Since you mentioned that you are using Spring I told you Spring specific ways to accomplish this since @RequestMapping, @RequestParam, @RequestMethod are Spring annotations.In both the above methods the approach which is used is :As soon as you submit the form all input elements are sent as parameters to the server in the form of key-value pairs. The key is the value given in the name attributes of input elements and the values are the string entered into those input elements by the user who submits the form. The only difference lies in how these key value pairs are received at the server. There may be an object whose fields match with the keys(First approach) or there may be arguments defined to receive each key-value pair separately(Second approach).Tell me for any other clarifications.Hope this Helps!!!
What were the engineers that drafted HTTP thinking?
Tim Berners-Lee did the original design of HTML/HTTP/URLs and, with some colleagues at CERN, wrote the original code.Several of us pitched in suggestions. I think I contributed the idea of using MIME types. Marc Andreessen (sp?) and Eric Bina contributed some forms and imagemap stuff, as did Dave Raggett. Roy Fielding and Larry Masinter took the lead on editing the spec, eventually. And I persuaded Jim Gettys to join them. And I think Jim got Jeff Mogul to join the editing team.That was based on memory. In reviewing the archives, I see that Guido van Rossum was involved in the discussion too.http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Pub...It looks like the discussion started 7 Dec 1992http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Pub...As to what the creators were thinking about the future,an early academic article that shows much of the thinking is:World-Wide Web: The Information Universehttp://www.w3.org/History/1992/E...The old design issues show a lot of the thinking too:http://www.w3.org/DesignIssues/There's a timeline athttp://www.w3.org/History.html
How do I edit a database table in JSP form page?
Pavithra : there are some technical steps you need to followOn Edit you can pass one or more parameter like OnClick you can pass parameter likea onclick="return confirmEdit " href="com/EditData.action?task=edit&userId=%=SomeValue %"/a Server Side Code Servlet/Struts you can get the query parameter using getParameter and then filter the data by userid or any other and once you get the record then Edit the table data and fill by using data which were coming from ServerOn Click define link there you can call your Servlet or strtus with row data . any one data in required for row filteration .just go with this approach and still if you have an doubt then ask hereThanks and happy to help
What are the differences between HTML5 and (pre-5) HTML?
Difference in Tags:• !DOCTYPE html : In HTML 4.01, there are three different !DOCTYPE declarations but In HTML 5 there is only one ! DOCTYPE html• a : In HTML 4.01, the a tag could be either a hyperlink or an anchor. In HTML5, the a tag is always a hyperlink, but if it has no href attribute, it is only a placeholder for a hyperlink.• acronym : The acronym tag is not supported in HTML5. Use the abbr tag instead. The acronym tag was used to define acronyms in HTML 4.01.• applet: The applet tag is not supported in HTML5. Use the object tag instead.• strong: In HTML 4.01, the strong tag defines strong emphasized text, but in HTML5 it defines important text.• body : In HTML5, all body specific attributes are removed, while in HTML 4.01 they were deprecated.• hr: In HTML 4.01, the hr tag represented a horizontal rule. In HTML5, the hr tag defines a thematic break. The hr element is used to separate content (or define a change) in an HTML page.• map : In HTML5, if the id attribute of the map tag is also specified, it must have the same value as the name attribute.• meta : The scheme attribute is not supported in HTML5.HTML5 has a new attribute, charset, which makes it easier to define charset:HTML 4.01: Meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"HTML5 : meta charset="UTF-8”• script : The "type" attribute is required in HTML 4, but optional in HTML5.•small : In HTML 4.01 the small element is displayed as smaller text. In HTML5 the small element defines small text and other side comments, and is displayed as smaller text.•table: Only the "border" attribute is supported in HTML5, and it only allows the values " " or "1".New Semantic/Structural Elements :HTML5 offers new elements for better structure:article : Defines an articleaside : Defines content aside from the page contentbdi : Isolates a part of text that might be formatted in a differentdirection from other text outside itcommand : Defines a command button that a user can invokedetails : Defines additional details that the user can view or hidesummary : Defines a visible heading for a details elementfigure : Specifies self-contained content, like illustrations, diagrams, photos, code listings, etc.figcaption : Defines a caption for a figure elementfooter : Defines a footer for a document or section.header : Defines a header for a document or sectionhgroup : Groups a set of h1 to h6 elements when a heading has multiple levels.mark : Defines marked/highlighted text.meter : Defines a scalar measurement within a known range (a gauge).nav : Defines navigation links.progress : Represents the progress of a task.ruby : Defines a ruby annotation (for East Asian typography).rt : Defines an explanation/pronunciation of characters (for East Asian typography).rp : Defines what to show in browsers that do not support ruby annotationssection : Defines a section in a documenttime : Defines a date/timewbr : Defines a possible line-break .New Media Elements :HTML5 offers new elements for media content:audio : Defines sound content.video : Defines a video or movie.source : Defines multiple media resources for video and audio.embed : Defines a container for an external application or interactive content (a plug-in).track : Defines text tracks for video and audio.Examples :!DOCTYPE html l y id='abc' style="z-index:2; position:relative; right:0px; top:10px; background-color:#cccc33; width:400px; height:80px; padding:10px; color:White; border:#ffffcc 1px dashed; font-size:xx-large;" cPace Technologies Pvt.Ltd,Jaipur/DIVbr EO src="atheora.ogv" width="320" height="240" controls autoplay DEO dy ml more visit this [PDF] : (Page on ijceronline.com)