Simple Menu using HTML5, CSS3 and Vanilla JavaScript

Simple Menu using HTML5, CSS3 and Vanilla JavaScript

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Simple Menu using HTML5, CSS3 and Vanilla JavaScript

Simple Menu using HTML5, CSS3 and Vanilla JavaScript

Simple Menu using HTML5, CSS3 and Vanilla JavaScript

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CSS Boss

CSS Boss


How to create a calculator using javascript - Pure JS tutorials |Web Tutorials

In this video I will tell you How to create a calculator using javascript very easily.

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Navbar with Dropdown Menu (HTML5, CSS3 and Vanilla JavaScript)

Navbar with dropdown menu (HTML5, CSS3 and Vanilla JavaScript)

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Einar  Hintz

Einar Hintz


Android Menu - Steps to implement Menu in Android - DataFlair

Types of Android Menu

Let us see the various types of menu in Android:

1. Android Options Menu

The Options Menu is a collection of options for an activity. It has a set of items that are useful to perform actions. It helps us to combine multiple actions together.

Following is an example of Options Menu:

Options Menu in Android

2. PopUp Menu

Pop-Up menu is a menu that displays a list of items in a popup window. A pop-up menu appears below the view by default, in case there is no space, it appears above it.

Android Pop Up menu

3. Contextual Menu

A contextual menu is a floating menu. It appears only when the users long-press an element or right clicks on that. It generally affects the selected element.

Contextual menu

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Janis  Smitham

Janis Smitham


How to Use Comments in HTML5 and CSS3 - Introduction and Learn HTML5 And CSS3

Want to learn HTML5 and CSS3 from scratch?

This is the seventh episode of my “Learn HTML5 and CSS3” course. In this course, we will learn everything about how we can create markup for a website. At the end of the course, I will add some full tutorials where I will be creating famous websites from scratch. So, if you have any suggestions, just let me know and I might make a video about it!

In this episode, we will be adding comments in HTML5 and CSS3. I will also talk about the advantages of using comments and why you should use comments. There are more reasons why you should use comments than I explained in the video so I will add a couple extra right here.

  1. Commenting code blocks out
    Being able to comment out in HTML helps in easy debugging or testing. Sometimes you find errors in your code but aren’t sure where or what is the exact problem.

  2. Understanding your own code later on
    html comment tag provides us flexibility to understand it better way. According to our experience, Finest developers need to memorize it and utilize it during writing code

  3. Comments show respect for the next developer to read your code
    Source code should be written in the way that you yourself would most like to encounter unfamiliar code

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