Additional property information is provided by the HTML element.
- HTML element can setproperties
- You can addadditional attribute informationelement
- Property generally described inthe start tag
- Always attribute name / value pairs in the form of, forexample: name = "value".
Examples of property
HTML links are defined by <a> label. The link address is specified in thehref attribute:
HTML attributes commonly cited attribute value
Property value should always be included in quotation marks.
Double quotes are the most common, but there is no problem to use single quotes.
Tip: In some rare cases, such as the attribute value itself contains double quotes, you must use single quotes, for example: name = 'John "ShotGun" Nelson'
HTML Tip: Use lowercase property
Attributes and attribute values are not case sensitive.
However, the World Wide Web Consortium recommended lowercase attributes / attribute values in their HTML 4 recommendation standard.
The new version of (X) HTML requires the use of lowercase property.
HTML Attributes Reference Manual
View the complete list of HTML attributes: HTML Tag Reference .
Listed below are suitable for most HTML element attributes:
|class||Html element to define one or more class names (classname) (class name is introduced from style file)|
|id||The only element of the definition of id|
|style||Predetermined elements inline style (inline style)|
|title||It describes the additional information element (to use as a tool bar)|
More criteria Property Description: the HTML standard attributes Reference manual .