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HTML

HTML Blink Tag

The HTML blink tag is a non-standard element of HTML that helps to flash or gently blink a text or set of text in a web browser. In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a flickering text using a unique HTML tag.

Bootstrap 4

Bootstrap 4 - Progress Bars

A bootstrap progress bar is a graphical bar that shows the progress of any process or development within an application. In other words, a progress bar shows users how far the user has reached in completing any process.

JSP

JSP - Environment Setup

To work on JSP and create dynamic pages, you will need an environment where you can develop and run web applications built using JSP. In this lesson, you will learn how to create and set up an environment to start with JSP programming.

HTML

HTML Editors

A web page is a text file, in which a hypertext language is written according to the grammar of HTML. This HTML code is displayed by the browser converting it to a web page. In this lesson, you will learn how to write, save, and run HTML documents.

Technical Writing

Proofreading

Just as all software requires testing and checking software for bugs and other run-time errors, technical writing also needs rechecking to ensure that the quality of data written in the...

C Sharp Programming

C# Arrays

In C #, an array can be defined as a collection of variables of the same type considered under the same name and deployed in a contiguous memory location. In this chapter, you will learn about the concept of arrays in C#.

C Sharp Programming

Constants in C#

C# Constants are fixed values ​​that are technically called Literals, and their values ​​cannot be changed during the program's life. In this chapter, you will learn about the constants available in C#.

MongoDB

MongoDB - Benefits of Using NoSQL

NoSQL is abbreviated as "not only SQL" is introduced to act as an alternative for traditional relational databases. In this chapter, you will learn about the various benefits that NoSQL has over other traditional database management systems.

CSS3

CSS Background

Background property of CSS will allow you to define background effects in various HTML elements. In this chapter, you will learn how to apply and set different backgrounds for your HTML element.

CSS3

CSS Borders

CSS's border properties allow its users to specify the style, color, and border width of any HTML element for which it is specified. In this chapter, you will learn about border properties supported by CSS.

CSS3

CSS Text

In addition to font properties, there is a separate set of properties provided by CSS that can help you style your web page's text. In this chapter, you will get to know about various text properties of CSS.

JSP

JSP - Introduction

JSP stands for Java Server Pages is a technology for building web applications that support dynamic content and acts as a Java servlet technology. This chapter describes the facts, features, and benefits of using JSP.

CSS3

CSS Margin

The concept of margin in CSS is used to define a completely transparent outer space, that is, without background color for your elements. Therefore, it can be said that it is an essential property provided by CSS. In this chapter, you will learn about the various features available with the concept of margin.

CSS3

CSS Padding

CSS provides various properties to specify how much space should be between your HTML element and its boundary. In this chapter, you will learn about the CSS padding properties that are implemented to provide padding.