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Top 5 HTML Interview Questions (Part 5)

21. Do older HTML files work on newer browsers? Yes, older HTML files are compliant to the HTML standard. Most older files work on the newer browsers, though some features may not work. 22. Does a hyperlink apply to text only? No, hyperlinks can be used on text as well as images. That means you can convert an image into a link that will allow user to link to another page when clicked. Just surround the image within the … tag combinations. 23. What are style sheets? Style sheets enable you to build consistent, transportable, a These templates can be linked to several different web page change the look and feel of all the web pages within a site. 24. What bullet types are available? With ordered lists, you can select to use a number of different list types including alphabetical and Roman numerals. The type attribute for unordered lists can be set to disc, square, or circle. 25. How do you create multicolored text in a webpage? To create text wit

Top 5 HTML Interview Questions (Part 2).

    6. What is HTML Attribute?     HTML attribute adds additional information to the HTML Elements. For example, <font size="5" color="green">, here size and color are html attributes. 7. What is Hyperlinks?     Hyperlinks are used to navigate to new document with help of text, image or with group of words. 8. Name some of the web browser?     Most famous web browsers are Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, opera, Safari and netscape etc. 9. What is WWW?     WWW is stands for World Wide Web.  It is the interconnection of all the links called as internet. 10. Which is the basic editor for HTML?      There are many editiors for HTML like notepad, notpad++,  EditPLus and WYSIWYG HTML editior etc. For Video Tutorials click Here

Top 5 HTML Interview Questions.(Part 1)

1. What is HTML? HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. It Is a markup language for world wide web. HTML was developed by Tim Berners Lee during 1990’s. It consists of tags which are used to define content and web page formatting.     2. What is DOCTYPE? DOCTYPE stands for Document Type Declarations. DOCTYPE is USED to specify the web browsers that which types of documents (such as SGML or XML Documents) it will receive. <! DOCTYPE> is declared above the <html> tag.     3. What are the different version of HTML? HTML has many versions since it inceptions during 1990’a. HTML version are HTML, HTML+, HTML2.0, HTML 3.2, HTML 4.0 and HTML5.     4. What are HTML Tags? HTML tags similar to keywords which has specifies function, for example, for paragraph we can use HTML tag <p>. HTML tags mostly comes in pair like <p></p>.     5. What is Element? An HTML element is