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How to Align HTML Table
 
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Follow this tutorial to learn how to align an HTML Table on a webpage in multiple ways. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ In this tutorial on "how to align HTML table", we will teach you to align a table in HTML to the right, left and center of the page. A table in HTML can be aligned using the align attribute inside a table tag. The align attribute is deprecated in HTML 4.0 and is not supported by HTML 5. Tables can be aligned to right, left and center using the align-right, align-left and align-center table's property respectively. Text in the tables aligns top in HTML and can also be aligned to left, right and bottom. Step 1: Align HTML Table to right A table in HTML can be aligned to the right side of the web page using the table's property align-right. In order to align HTML table, add the align-right property in the table tag. This will align the table to the right side of the web page. By default table aligns top in HTML. Step 2: Align HTML Table to left A table in HTML can be aligned to the left side of the web page using the table's property align-left. In order to align the table, add the align-left property in the table tag. This will align the table to the left side of the web page. Step 3: Align HTML Table to center A table in HTML can be aligned to the center side of the web page using the table's property align- center. In order to align the table, add the align- center property in the table tag. This will align the table to the center side of the web page.
Align HTML input fields WITHOUT table; use CSS, JSF, position:absolute
 
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Use css's selectors, position:absolute, and margin-left to make input fields flush, without using the HTML table tr and td tags. Use only CSS selectors and the inherent label, div, and input fields. Source code is available on GitHub: https://github.com/discospiff/JavaFullStackEnterpriseWeb This video is part of a playlist on Full Stack Enterprise Application Development with Java: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL73qvSDlAVVhIVQX7d36glpQllxCIxEyR
Views: 27368 Brandan Jones
Centering with CSS
 
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I show you 4 ways to center crap with CSS! Woo! Center a div with css. Center an image with css. Center your mom with valium. CSS Basics Series - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqGj3iMvMa4IOmy04kDxh_hqODMqoeeCy Late Nights with Trav and Los Podcast - http://travandlos.com/ Subscribe on iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/late-nights-with-trav-and-los/id944869246?mt=2 Sign up for my newsletter - http://travisneilson.com/ --- Thanks and credit to these artists, whos work I featured in this video - Tristen Grant https://www.youtube.com/user/tristengrant - Imad Eddine Toubal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tfc-p-RY55o - Celeste Boadas http://www.celesteboadas.me/ - Rafael Bucker http://bucker.com.br/33110/331348/projetos/impresso-no-brasil
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CSS How To: text-align
 
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Text-align CSS property decides whether text should appear in an HTML element. You can choose to align it to the left, right, center, or justify. This is a pretty basic property in Cascading Style Sheets, but very important. http://www.technoblogical.com/web-design/ Providing training since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching!
Views: 15137 Chris Walker
HTML video tutorial - 57 - html table tag , html tr tag and html td tag
 
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HTML - table tag | HTML - tr tag | HTML - th tag | HTML - td tag How to create tables in html? How to add rows to table? How to add cells to table rows? html table tag: table tag is a paired tag. border="in pixels" cellspacing="in pixels" cellpadding="in pixels" bgcolor="color" background="imagename" width="pixels/percentage" height="pixels/percentage" html caption tag: caption tag is paired tag. Used to set title or caption to the table. html tr tag: used to create table rows. tr tag has two child tags th for table heading cells, td for table data cells. bgcolor="color" align="left/center/right" valign="top/middle/bottom" html th tag: th tag should be used in first tr. not mandatory but need to follow some rules. html td tag: table data cell used to create cells. bgcolor="color" align="left/center/right" valign="top/middle/bottom" width="pixels" height="pixels" rowspan="number" colspan="number" ======================================================== Follow the link for next video: https://youtu.be/fghXCQ6KEg8 Follow the link for previous video: https://youtu.be/W_5AvbBkx78 ========= For more benefits & Be up to date =================== Subscribe to "chidres tech tutorials" channel: it's free Visit to Chidre's Tech Tutorials website: https://www.chidrestechtutorials.com Like the Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/ManjunathChidre ======================================================== ========== HTML Questions & Answers ====================== 1. Which HTML tag is used to add a row in a table? a. td b. dd c. tr d. th Answer: c 2 .Which HTML tag is used to add a table data cell in a table row? a. dt b. td c. th d. dh Answer: b 3. The space between the content and border around it in HTML table is specified by the HTML attribute: a. cellspacing b. margin c. cellpadding d. padding Answer: c ========================================================
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Center align images in HTML and CSS [How To] - Most simple way!
 
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Centering images is simple with just a couple lines of html and css. How to center a image How to properly center a image in HTML and CSS center image website center website image html and css
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Center Auto Number over left aligned text
 
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www.LawOfficeSolution.com - [email protected] This recording is in response to a client request to have the heading 1 style set up to have an automatic roman numeral centered above the heading text, but have the heading text be left aligned. The first half shows how to do this with MS Word's native features. At the 10 minute mark it switches to how to do it with the Kwik Numbers Word add-in tool. http://lawofficesolution.com/ [email protected] This tutorial shows how you can start numbering pages with lower case roman numerals at page 2 (or any page) starting at number 1 (i). This method works for any type of page number, not just Roman numerals. Such as A,B,C, a,b,c, i, ii, iii, I, II, III, 1,2,3, etc. Law Office Solution provides software training, webinars, and Kwik Docs legal macros and templates for law firms. We specialize in helping legal professionals get the most benefit from MS Word for the least amount of effort. We make legal formatting in MS Word easy to do for lawyers, legal secretaries, and paralegals. Through Kwik Docs, our legal macro package, we customize Word for common legal documents like letter, memo, fax, pleading, proof of service, verification, acknowledgment, etc. As well as help with complex outline numbering used in transactional and litigation documents. Kwik Docs - there's a button for that! Please contact us or visit our website at http://lawofficesolution.com/ for more information.
How to Vertically Align Text next to an Image
 
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Align those images and text! Perfectly align them next to each other using CSS magical magic :) Project Resources: http://www.mediafire.com/download/raktf1cxje34p17/How_to_vertically_align_text_next_to_an_image.7z Tools: Brackets, FREE code editor http://brackets.io/ Emmet, super speed coding addon http://emmet.io/ Beautify, turning your ugly code into beautiful script https://github.com/brackets-beautify/brackets-beautify Transcription: Hi guys, today we will vertically align text next to an image. So let's do it! First of all, let's import our image. I prepare some image in the description you have project files are in the description, so you can download it. It's a pretty big image but don't worry, it's a just a motherboard. Okay, just let's style these image a bit. We styled this image just say that are image size height. Height to be 100 pixels we just shrink our image, okay? And just added the span element. Span element ,and say this is a text. Okay, as you can see, this is the text is a bit down here and we want to be in the middle. Just and vertically align middle. Ta-da. This is it, guys. Don't go, there are few gems about this, as you can see, this is in in the middle and as you can see these blue is our in-line element. But, for example, what if we want to add our p tag? This is a problem, the problem is here. This p is below the image so if you want to add this p next to our image we just have to do these: Our p tag needs some modification, okay? We add display-inline. And this is it, as you can see if we select this tag. Our p tag acts like an inline element, just like our span element, and because the p tag is the block element, if we remove this, it will go down there. OK, just remove this, but if you say inline-block, it will also be up, but act as a block element as you can see, I can now select only the text. And if I selected this, it's a different, remember : this one here, the big one is inline and this one is a block element. It's a huge difference, and in my tutorial tutorials you can learn what is the difference between inline and block elements, so don't be scared and visit me there, and that's it guys and have a nice day, I hope this, I hope this help you, and bye-bye.
Views: 41224 Filip Delac
css center div vertically text block image (css align text)
 
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HTML centering text or block vertically within an element. - Single line of text using padding, line-height, and flex -Multiple lines of text using display:table , display:flex -block using position:absolute techsith.com
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How to Align Text and Image in HTML Table
 
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Follow this step by step tutorial to learn how to align text and Images to the left, right, center, top and bottom of the HTML document. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ This tutorial is about how you can align text and images with HTML and it will guide you about the aligning techniques used in HTML. In HTML, the attribute used for aligning TEXT or images is named as 'align'. However this attribute is not supported by HTML 5. Using this attribute we can align images to the top,bottom, left right or middle of the HTML page. For eg: to align the image at bottom of the page, 'align-bottom' is used inside the image tag. Similarly align-top,align-left,align-center and align-right are used for aligning the image to top,left,center and right positions respectively. Texts can be aligned to right,center and left of the Page using the same 'align' attribute inside div tag. Step 1: Align Image to the right side of a web page To align text and image with html ,the required position is written alongwith the align keyword. For example: To align the image at right side of the web page, just add 'align-right' in the image tag. After this,the image will be aligned to the right side of the page. Step 2: Align Text in HTML We can align any Text in HTML to the bottom, top, left or center using the align-bottom, align-top, align-left and align-center attribute respectively inside the div tag. Same syntax is used to align text in html table. Step 3: Align Text to the right side of a web page To align text in html table or web page and move it towards the right side, just add 'align-right' in the div tag (or inside table align tag in the case of table). After this,you can see that the text has moved to the right side of the web page. Step 4: Align Text to the left side of a web page A Text in HTML can be aligned to the left side of the web page using the property align- left. In order to align the text, add the align- left property in the div tag. This will align the text to the left side of the web page.
Center Align Text For All Side In HTML CSS
 
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This Tutorial Are HTML And CSS. For Center Align Text For All Side. For Any Query To Comment Here..
Views: 2107 LearnDesign
Excel - Alignment, Merge Unmerge & Wrap Text
 
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Check my blog here: http://www.techtutorialvideo.com/ This tutorial is to cover different commands available in the Alignment section under home tab of Microsoft Excel. Vertical alignment options top, center, bottom and horizontal alignment options left, center, rights are shown with example. Also use of wrap text, orientation, margin or indentation of data inside cell is covered. Another important thing that is covered in this tutorial in details is merge and unmerge cells. Difference between "Merge & Center", "Merge Across" and "Merge Cells" is explained clearly with easy example. Also at the end there is a "Tip Of The Session" showing how to quickly generate sequential numbers in Microsoft Excel. So check this video tutorial for details of Alignment, Merge Unmerge & Wrap Text in excel. If you have any question I will be happy to assist you. Please use the comment section to share your question comment and suggestion.
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Centering With CSS3 Using Text-Align, Margin and Position
 
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In this short video we will learn how to center elements horizontally and vertically using CSS3. We will use CSS3 to center text with text-align: center, and block elements with margin: auto and position: absolute. For your convenience here is the code used in this demonstration: .text-inner { text-align: center; position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px; right: 0px; bottom: 0px; margin: auto; height: 30px; } .square { height: 250px; width: 250px; background-color: #AAADFF; text-align: center; margin: auto; position: absolute; right: 0px; left: 0px; top: 0px; bottom: 0px;
Views: 2229 Code Whisperer
CSS Grid Tutorial #6 - Aligning & Justifying Items
 
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How to Vertically Align Text in CSS
 
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Hi, vertically align text in CSS? No problem, I prepared five methods to use when you want your text to be centered. Which one is the best? Follow the wisdom of Tech Tzu: https://twitter.com/Tech_Tzu https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100013382105892&fref=ts Project Resources: http://www.mediafire.com/download/j5xc5sr6wst27dl/Project_Files.7z Tools: Brackets, FREE code editor http://brackets.io/ Emmet, super speed coding addon http://emmet.io/ Beautify, turning your ugly code into beautiful script https://github.com/brackets-beautify/brackets-beautify Transcription Hello hello, and welcome to another tutorial. Today we will learn how to vertically align text in CSS using five methods. Method one is a classic one, it will only vertically align one row of text so to see this let's make one div with the class container, it will be container one and one p tag with the class text1. Okay, and let's add some text inside Lorem Ipsum... and let's trim a bit so we have only one line. And the in our main CSS we will add some styling for our container1, we will add a background color of white, just to better see in our preview pane on the right side. And this is very simple method, so just use on your text text1, just use just use height of a 100 pixels, for example, and line-height, height of 100 pixels, and as you can see this is, our text is in the center, but if we add another line of text over here, it will break. As you can see over here, So this works only for one row. Okay, I just add the method2, method2 will be the upgrade of a method one so we just add again our container and text paragraph. Okay, just copy this from the method1, and paste it down there and change the number two and text two, so it will be easy to do work with. In our CSS we got our container2, container2, and text2. As you can see, we will now add to the container to this, this code will add height and line-height of 100 pixels and as you can see, our text is in the center, aligned in the center, but as you can see if we also add one additional row it will break, so, to be able to add additional row we need to add to our text2 display in-line, in-line block, and this say: vertical align middle, as you can see, nothing still happens because nothing will happen until you add a line-height: normal. And as you can see on the right side, our method works, and it's in the center so let's check with another row, just say Lorem... Tad-da :) as you can see our text is the in the center again. In method three we will use table illusion to vertically align our text. So, just copy this code up here, your container and text2, and paste it down here, and just change the the numbers here 3, and to do this we need to set for our container3 to display a table, table, and now we said to our container to act as a table is a table. We can say our height is 300 pixels and the background color to be to also be white. And on our text3 we add display table cell, as you can see. We now treat our text3 as a table cell, and the only thing you need to add is a vertical, vertical-align: middle; and this is it. You can change the height over here for 100 pixels and so on. As you can see our text is in the middle, vertically aligned perfectly, and we can have multiple rows. Method 4 is my favorite one next to a method five, that's why I left them for the end of this tutorial, and because I like them so much because they need so little coding, so, let's for example, add in our index.html let's just copy paste, as usual, o our code, and paste it down there change this to number four, so we don't have to write all over again, and we use padding. So, it will be just in our container, container4, we just add a background color, just to see it better. These pretty white color, and just add padding. Padding-top and bottom padding to be the same, for example, 50 pixels, and the right and the left to be zero, and as you can see, our content is centered! It is my favorite method because next to a flexbox it's the easiest method and it works everywhere. As you can see, you can also add this padding in percents, for example, 5% so it will be always responsive. Method five is a flexbox, it's my personal favorite next to padding.
Views: 1886 Filip Delac
Text/Font Size, Style, Bullets, Align, Paragraphs | Pamphlet Designing | Corel Draw Tutorial
 
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Text/Font Size, Style, Bullets, Align, Paragraphs | Pamphlet Designing | Corel Draw X6 X7 X8 Tutorial In this Video We will learn about how to add text in Corel draw page and how we can write an effective text for Pamphlet Designing. We will learn to change text, write in Paragraphs, Change size, add Basic bullets style and alignment. And at last, we have a project Pamphlet Designing. Watch and try to copy. [email protected]@@@@@@@ Genron Education & Technologies @@@@@@@@!! --------------------------------------------------------------- Do Share, Support, Subscribe & Comment for Improvement on Our Channel. Subscribe Now: https://goo.gl/gqI7d4 Blog: http://genrontech.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/genrontech Facebook Myself: https://www.facebook.com/sunielmalviya Instagram Myself: http://instagram.com/sunielmalviya LinkedIn Myself: https://in.linkedin.com/in/sunielmalviya Twitter: https://twitter.com/GenronTech Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+Genrontechdotcom Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/genrontech/ Suniel Malviya Office Youtube Channel: https://goo.gl/Mbd5CH --------------------------------------------------------------- About Us: GenronTech Deals with Online Earning & Learning Skill By Which Any Individual or Group Can Earn a Good Living for Him/Her or for His/Her Family. We Also Deal With Reviewing Product and It's Features. --------------------------------------------------------------- Get In Touch With Us: Mumbai, Maharashtra, Email: [email protected] | [email protected] Send Message: https://goo.gl/KL21YM --------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks For your Lovable Support Regards, Suniel Malviya, (GenronTech)
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HTML Web Design Tutorials: Table Padding and HTML Cell Spacing Lesson 19
 
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Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/xaratemplate?feature=mhee Website: http://www.xaratemplate.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/xaratemplate Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allen.smith.1884 HTML Web Design Tutorials - Hyper Text Markup Language. This HTML Web Design Tutorial will show you how to adjust the Table Padding and HTML Cell Spacing. By adjusting the Cell Padding you can increase or decrease the distance between the inner part of the rectangle Cell and text data. My personal opinion is that with Cell Padding you will be able to improve readability of content in table by adjusting the distance. When you change the Cell Spacing that will adjust the distance between the outer cell that surrounds the whole table and the inner rectangles that are inside that outer cell rectangle. Another tip not shown in the video is the ability to have no border for table but yet keep the content organized. The way to remove borders is by not defining a border HTML attribute. Feedback is really important to us please leave us a comment on how effective our web design tutorial are. In fact we read through every comment left on our web design tutorials. If you notice any issues while watching our web design tutorial please let us know so we can fix it. Artist of the track: Techsmith Name of track: Tomorrows Hope Direct URL of the Track: http://assets.techsmith.com/Downloads/accessories/Tomorrows_Hope.libzip Page track is displayed on: http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia-library-media-music-tracks.html License Agreement: http://assets.techsmith.com/Docs/pdf-camtasiaStudio/Camtasia_Studio_8_for_Windows_TSLA.pdf
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How to Align Image in HTML
 
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This tutorial will walk you through the image alignment function of HTML through which you can adjust the image and place it according to your requirements Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ Images are the most important source to create interactive and vibrant web sites. While inserting images into a HTML source code, you need to be very careful with its alignment and spacing on the page. A well placed image adds a great value to a web page while a poorly aligned image can ruin it all. The concept of Image alignment has now devalued in HTML 4 and its onward versions. Web designers are now using CSS for placing images on a web page. A CSS uses a "Float" function to align images in html according to your requirements. Here, we will teach you how to align image in html page using CSS. Step # 1 -- Insert an Image Tag In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to align image in html. First of all, open up the source code of your HTML page in a text editor. Now enter the following code: img src = "graph.jpg" / Here, the "Img" shows the Image tag while the "SRC" denotes the source of the image followed by the Image location. Once done, save your settings and refresh the HTML page in your browser to load the recently added Image. Step # 2 -- Align the Image to the Left In the next step, insert the following code within the image tag: Style = "float: left" This will align the Image to the Left corner of the HTML page and align the Text to the right corner. Step # 3 -- Align the Image to the Right In the next step, try to align the image to the right corner of the page. For this purpose, change the Alignment code to "Right" by replacing the "Left". Save your changes and refresh your browser. You will notice that the image has now been aligned to the right corner of the page. Step # 4 -- Using Different alignments of Image By using this simple technique, you can align images in the HTML page.
Left align, center, and right align text on one line
 
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http://lawofficesolution.com/ Align text multiple ways in one paragraph in Word. How to center, flush right align, and set other types of alignment for text on one line in MS Word. Similar to a hard tab in WordPerfect. Align text left and right on the same line in Microsoft Word. Dual alignment for one line in MS Word left align center and right align on one line. Left justify and right justify on one line. Law Office Solution provides software training, webinars, and Word templates and macros for law firms. We specialize in helping legal professionals get the most benefit from MS Word for the least amount of effort. We make MS Word easy to use for lawyers, legal secretaries, and paralegals. We customize Word for common legal documents like letter, memo, fax, pleading, proof of service, verification, acknowledgment, etc. As well as help with complex outline numbering used in transactional and litigation documents. Please contact us or visit our website at http://lawofficesolution.com/ for more information.
Mathe: Anki Brüche und weiteres durch HTML (siehe Beschreibung)
 
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Zeigt, wie ich Brüche in Anki durch HTML darstelle Das hier ist der Inhalt meiner Datei mit den Vorlagen (Alle spitzen Klammern wurden mit eckigen vertauscht, weil youtube keine spitzen zulässt): einfacher bruch -------------------------------------- [table] [tbody] [tr][td style="border-bottom:solid;border-width:1px"] ZÄHLER[/td] [td rowspan="2"]WEITERE_INFO[/td] [/tr] [tr][td] NENNER[/td][/tr] [/tbody] [/table] Gleichung -------------------------------------- [table] [tbody] [tr] [td style="border-bottom:solid;border-width:1px"] ZÄHLER[/td] [td rowspan="2"]WEITERE_INFO[/td] [td style="border-bottom:solid;border-width:1px"] ZÄHLER[/td] [/tr] [tr] [td]NENNER[/td] [td]NENNER[/td] [/tr] [/tbody] [/table] für Summenformel ---------------------- [table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"] [tbody] [tr style="text-align:center;font-size:100%;"] [td][/td] [td][div style="position:relative;top:10px"]∞[/div][/td] [td] [/td] [/tr] [tr style="text-align:center;font-size:140%;"] [td]asdf[/td] [td style="font-size:220%;"]Σ[/td] [td style="text-align:left;"]FORMEL[/td] [/tr] [tr style="vertical-align:top;text-align:center;font-size:80%;"] [td][/td] [td][div style="position:relative;top:-10px"]n=1[/div][/td] [td] [/td] [/tr] [/tbody] [/table] styles -------- border:solid;border-width:1px Wurzel ------------- √[span style="border-top:solid;border-width:1px"]asf[/span] lim / Grenzwert ------------------------- [table style="text-align:center;" ] [tbody] [tr] [td rowspan="2" style="font-size:120%"]WEITERE_INFO[/td] [td style="font-size:180%"]lim[/td] [td rowspan="2" style="font-size:120%"]WEITERE_INFO[/td] [/tr] [tr] [td style="text-align:center;font-size:90%"] [div style="position:relative;top:-10px"]n→∞[/div] [/td] [/tr] [/tbody] [/table] Mit Oberschrift ---------------------- [table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"] [tbody] [tr style="text-align:center;font-size:80%;"] [td style="text-align:center;"]x[/td] [td]y[/td] [/tr] [tr style="text-align:center;font-size:140%;"] [td]text1[/td] [td]text2[/td] [/tr] [/tbody] [/table] Klammern mit Bruch-Inhalt ----------------------------------------------- [table] [tbody] [tr] [td rowspan="2" style="font-size:34px"]([/td] [td style="text-align:center;border-bottom:solid;border-width:1px"]OBEN[/td] [td rowspan="2" style="font-size:34px"])[/td] [/tr] [tr] [td style="text-align:center;"]UNTEN[/td] [/tr] [/tbody] [/table] bestimmtes Integral ----------------------------------------------- [table] [tbody] [tr] [td][/td] [td] [span style="position:relative;top:5px"] ∞[/span] [/td] [/tr] [tr] [td]asdf[/td] [td style="font-size:34px"]∫[/td] [td] BERECHNUNG [/td] [/tr] [tr] [td][/td] [td] [span style="position:relative;top:-7px"]-∞[/span] [/td] [/tr] [/tbody] [/table] Vektor mit 2 Zahlen ------------------------------- [table] [tbody] [tr] [td rowspan="2" style="font-size:34px"]([/td] [td style="text-align:center"]OBEN[/td] [td rowspan="2" style="font-size:34px"])[/td] [/tr] [tr] [td style="text-align:center;"]MITTE[/td] [/tr] [/tbody] [/table] Vektor mit 3 Zahlen ------------------------------- [table] [tbody] [tr] [td rowspan="3" style="font-size:34px"]([/td] [td style="text-align:center"]OBEN[/td] [td rowspan="3" style="font-size:34px"])[/td] [/tr] [tr] [td style="text-align:center;"]MITTE[/td] [/tr] [tr] [td style="text-align:center;"]UNTEN[/td] [/tr] [/tbody] [/table] Tabelle mit 3 Spalten ------------------------------------ [table][tbody][tr] [td]A[/td] [td]B[/td] [td]C[/td] [/tr][/tbody][/table] Tabelle mit 3 Spalten und Gitternetz --------------------------------------------------- [table border="1" style="border-collapse: collapse;font-size:100%"][tbody][tr] [td]Bla[/td] [td]Ziel[/td] [td]Quelle1[/td] [td]Quelle2[/td] [/tr][/tbody][/table] Matrix ---------------------------------- [table] [tbody] [tr] [td style="font-size:34px"]([/td] [td style="text-align:center;"] x[sub]1[/sub]   y[sub]1[/sub][br /] x[sub]2[/sub]   y[sub]2[/sub][br /] x[sub]2[/sub]   y[sub]2[/sub] [/td] [td style="font-size:34px"])[/td] [/tr] [/tbody] [/table] Sonderzeichen ∃∀⇒→∘∙ -------------------------------------- ∈ ∉ ∀ ∃ Σ ≠ ≈ ≡ ≤ ≥ ⇒, ⇔, ⇐ ↑ ↗ → ↦ ↘ ↓↙← ↖ ↔ ↕ ÷ ∞ ∙ ∘ ∫ ∆ ∪∩ ¬ ∨∧ ⊂⊊⊆⊇⊋⊃ ≺ ┌─┐ ││ └┘
Howto Create a Name Deck for Client Managers
 
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0:00 The problem on hand 0:15 Overview of my program 0:37 Code glance Recently i happen to walk into one of my customer shop but i forgotten his name, so i thought it would be nice to access a Name Deck so here's my simple idea on PHP/MYSQL in AMP for customer name deck creation. ***Php codes: @!-- ServerClear.php page. Create a DB "myDB" in MYSQL server first [No need create table]. Thereafter run this page to drop & create DB + table --% @!doctype html% @html amp lang="en"% @head% @meta charset="utf-8"% @script async src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0.js"%@/script% @link rel="canonical" href="serverClear.php"% @title%Server Clear [email protected]/title% @meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, minimum-scale=1, initial-scale=1"% @style amp-custom% .fontHead { font-family: Arial Nova; color: Black; font-size: 38px; padding-top: 10px; padding-bottom: 20px; padding-left: 20px; } table, th, td { border: 2px solid black; border-collapse: collapse; } th, td { padding: 10px; text-align: left; } @/style% @div class="fontHead"%Clear all Name Deck Data in [email protected]/div% @div class="images"% @amp-img src="sClear.jpg" width="50" height="10" layout="responsive"% @/amp-img% @/div% @/head% @body% @div class="fontHead"%Status Of DB Clear & Press Back to [email protected]/div% @br% @?php $servername = "localhost"; $username = "root"; $password = ""; $dbname = "myDB"; $conn = new mysqli($servername, $username, $password); if ($conn-%connect_error) { die("Connection failed: " . $conn-%connect_error); } else { $sql = 'DROP DATABASE myDB'; if ($conn-%query($sql) === TRUE) { echo "@font size=5%@table%@tr%@td%1) Database Drop [email protected]/td%@/tr%@/table%@/font%@br%"; $sql = "CREATE DATABASE myDB"; if ($conn-%query($sql) === TRUE) { echo "@font size=5%@table%@tr%@td%2) New Database Created [email protected]/td%@/tr%@/table%@/font%@br%"; $conn_t = new mysqli($servername, $username, $password, $dbname); $sql_t = "CREATE TABLE salesdata ( id INT(6) UNSIGNED AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY, name VARCHAR(30) NOT NULL, industry VARCHAR(30) NOT NULL, message VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL, reg_date TIMESTAMP )"; if ($conn_t-%query($sql_t) === TRUE) { echo "@font size=5%@table%@tr%@td%3) Table SalesData created [email protected]/td%@/tr%@/table%@/font%"; } else { echo "Error creating table: \n" . $conn_t-%error; } } else { echo "Error creating database: \n" . $conn-%error; } } } $conn-%close(); $conn_t-%close(); ?% @br%@br%@br%@br% @/body% @/html% ***ServerAdd.php: @!doctype html% @html amp lang="en"% @head% @meta charset="utf-8"% @script async src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0.js"%@/script% @link rel="canonical" href="serveradd.php"% @title%ServerAdd [email protected]/title% @meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, minimum-scale=1, initial-scale=1"% @style amp-custom% .fontHead { font-family: Arial Nova; color: Black; font-size: 38px; padding-top: 10px; padding-bottom: 20px; padding-left: 20px; } @/style% @div class="fontHead"%Name Deck Creation:@/div% @div class="images"% @amp-img src="sAdd.jpg" width="50" height="12" layout="responsive"% @/amp-img%@/div% @/head% @body% @div class="fontHead"%DB Update Status:@/div% @br% @?php $name = $_GET["name"]; $ind = $_GET["ind"]; $msg = $_GET["msg"]; $servername = "localhost"; $username = "root"; $password = ""; $dbname = "myDB"; $conn = new mysqli($servername, $username, $password, $dbname); if ($conn-%connect_error) { die("Connection failed: " . $conn-%connect_error); } $sql = "INSERT INTO salesdata (name, industry, message) VALUES ('$name', '$ind', '$msg')"; if ($conn-%query($sql) === TRUE) { echo "@font size=5%New Record Created successfully:@/font%"; } else { echo "Error: " . $sql . "@br%" . $conn-%error; } $sql = "SELECT id, name, industry, message, reg_date FROM salesdata"; $result = $conn-%query($sql); if ($result-%num_rows % 0) { while($row = $result-%fetch_assoc()) { echo "@br%@br%@li%SN: " .$row["id"]. "@/li%"; echo "@li%Customer Name: " .$row["name"]. "@/li%"; echo "@li%Industry: " .$row["industry"]. "@/li%"; echo "@li%Message: " .$row["message"]. "@/li%"; echo "@li%Date: " .$row["reg_date"]. "@/ul%"; } } else { echo "0 results"; } $conn-%close(); ?% @br%@br%@br%@br% @/body% @/html% ...
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Left Center and Right cell data alignment in Microsoft Excel 2013
 
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Author, teacher and talk show host Robert McMillen shows you Left Center and Right cell data alignment in Microsoft Excel 2013
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Making Divs Side by Side using CSS
 
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Make two divs side by side using Float property in CSS Hey guys in this tutorial I will show you how to make two (2) div tags in HTML side by side using the float property in CSS. I will be using Dreamweaver CS6 in this tutorial but you could use any free HTML editor you want including Notepad ++ , Coda or others. Difficulty: Easy Make sure you comment rate and subscribe. link to video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUApnJ3y-Bs !-------CHANNEL--------------! http://youtube.com/how2cre8webs
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HTML5 Tutorial: HTML Table - Left align Headings
 
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By default, table headings are bold and centered. To left-align the table headings, use the CSS text-align property.
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HOW TO  USE MICROSOFT EXCEL - CELL ALIGNMENT - left, right, center, up, down
 
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In this video you can easily learn about Alignment and Numbers of in Excel .. so let yourself know and share it with your friends.... If you’d like to realign text in a cell to enhance the visual presentation of your data, here’s how you can do it: Select the cells that have the text you want aligned. On the Home tab choose one of the following alignment options: Alignment of text To horizontally align text, pick Align Text Left Button image , Center Button image , or Align Text Right Button image . To center text spanning several columns or rows, click Merge & Center. • activate • active cell • active sheet • address • alternate startup folder • alternate startup folder • argument • array • array formula • CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER. • associated PivotTable report • autoformat • axis • base address • border • calculated column • calculated field (database) • calculated field (PivotTable report) • calculated item • category axis • category field • cell • cell reference • certifying authority • change history • chart area • The entire chart and all its elements. • chart sheet • column field • column heading • column heading • comparison criteria • comparison operator • A sign that is used in • conditional format • consolidation table • constant • constraints • copy area • criteria • criteria pane • current region • custom calculation • PivotTable Field data form • data label • data marker • data pane • The area of the window that displays the result set of your query. • data points • data region • data series • data series • data source • data source driver • data table • data table in charts • data validation • database • DDE conversation • default startup workbook • default workbook template • default worksheet template • dependents • destination area • detail data • drop lines • drop-down list box • value field • values area • embedded chart • error bars • Excel add-in • Excel table • expression • external data • external data • external data range • external reference • field (database) • field (PivotTable report) • fill handle • filter • font • formula • formula bar • Formula Palette • function (Microsoft Query) • function (Office Excel) • goal seek • grid • A set of intersecting lines used to align objects. • gridlines in charts • group • high-low lines • History worksheet • identifier • implicit intersection • index • inner join • input cell • Insert row • Internet Explorer • item • join • join line • justify • legend • legend keys • locked field or record • mapped range • matrix • merged cell • Microsoft Excel control • Microsoft Visual Basic Help • To get help for Visual moving average • moving border • multiple-level category labels • name • Name box • nonadjacent selection • non-OLAP source data • ObjectLink • offline cube file • OLAP • OLAP provider • operand • operator • outer join • outer join • outline • outline data • outline symbols • OwnerLink • page break • page break preview • parameter • parameter query • password • paste area • pivot area • PivotChart category field • PivotChart report • PivotChart series field • PivotTable data • PivotTable grand totals • PivotTable list • PivotTable report • PivotTable report • Excel. • PivotTable subtotal • plot area • point • precedents • primary key • print area • print titles • property fields • protect • report filter • query • query channel • query design • range • read-only • record • refresh (external data range) • refresh (PivotTable report) • regression analysis • relative reference • remote reference • report template • result set • row heading • row label • R-squared value • scenario • scroll lock • section • select • Select All button • series axis • series field • series lines • shared workbook • single-mapped cell • sort order • source areas • source data • SQL • A language used to retrieve, update, and manage data. When you create a query, Query uses SQL to build the corresponding SQL SELECT statement. If you know SQL, you can view or change the SQL SELECT statement. • standard font • summary data • system channel • table pane • template • text box • chart. • titles in charts • total row • totals • One of the five calculation types Query defines for you: Sum, Avg, Count, Min, and Max. • tracer arrows • trendline • trendline label • up-down bars • value • value axis • vertexes • view • Web query • what-if analysis • workbook • worksheet • workspace file • World Wide Web • A system for navigating the Internet or through a collection of workbooks and other Office documents connected by hyperlinks and located on a network share, a company intranet or the Internet. When you use a Web browser, the Web appears as a collection of text, pictures, sounds, and digital movies. • wrap • XML
How to Align HTML Table
 
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In this tutorial, you can learn how to create html table and how to align it. for more info visit http://www.maktalks.com/how-to-align-html-table/
Views: 5199 Mark Smith
Create web page using HTML - insert table and table value,
 
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html body bgcolor="yellow" table align=left border='2' tr style="background-color:red;color:white;" td Roll number/td td Name/td td Gender/td td Add/td /tr tr style="background-color:white" td 01/td td AAA/td td Male/td td ZZZ/td /tr tr style="background-color:white" td 02/td td BBB/td td Female/td td ZZZ/td /tr /body /html
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Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners #35: Using Cell Alignment - Left, Center, and Right
 
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Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners #35: Using Cell Alignment - Left, Center, and Right In this Excel tutorial we’ll discuss the horizontal alignment of cells within a Microsoft Excel worksheet; we’ll cover left, center, and right alignment. This is video 35 of 93 in our “Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners” Series. For those of you interested, go ahead and… Download the corresponding Excel File Here: https://goo.gl/sBdbfS Download a Course Syllabus and PDF to associated Videos Here: https://goo.gl/jdvUlV Checkout the ProductivityMe Excel Tutorial for Beginners Course Playlist Here: https://goo.gl/lFQADM We want to help you master Microsoft Excel- Let us know what you think of this video! Feel free to give us a thumbs up, a thumbs down, or leave a comment. Your feedback is much appreciated!!! Cheers, Tolan Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners- Full Course (93 Lessons) (Again- you can download a list of all the videos and links here: https://goo.gl/lFQADM ) #01: What is Excel? #02: Using Excels Menu System #03: Using the Quick Access Toolbar #04: The Structure of A Worksheet Or Workbook #05: Using the Formula Bar #06: Using the Status Bar #07: Navigating Worksheets & Workbooks #08: Shortcut Menus and the Mini Toolbar #09: Using Excel's Built-in Help Function #10: Creating New File; Saving That File #11: Opening Existing File; Using Save As #12: Entering Data #13: Editing Data #14: Undo & Redo #15: Making Desired Selection #16: Using the Fill Handle #17: Autocomplete & AutoFill #18: Entering Basic Math Formulas, Totals, and Averages in Excel #19: Replicating Formula from a Near-by Cell #20: Applying Varying Formulas Based on Cell's Context #21: Quickly Remembering Order of Operations in with a Function #22: Using Relative, Absolute, and Mixed References #23: Exploring Basic Excel Functions – SUM #24: Exploring Basic Excel Functions – AVERAGE #25: Exploring Basic Excel Functions - MIN & MAX #26: Exploring Basic Excel Functions - COUNT, COUNTA, COUNTBLANK #27: Exploring Basic Excel Functions - PRODUCT #28: Inserting and Deleting Columns & Rows #29: Hiding and Unhiding Columns & Rows #30: Changing the Widths and Heights of Columns & Rows #31: Wrapping Text #32: Merging Contents from Multiple Cells #33: Adding, Modifying, and Removing Cell Borders #34: Modifying Cell Font - Typeface, Size, Style, Color, Etc. #35: Using Cell Alignment - Left, Center, and Right #36: Using Cell Alignment - Top, Middle, and Bottom #37: Using Cell Orientation - Angled, Horizontal, and Vertical #38: Applying Different Number Formats #39: Adjusting the Number of Decimals Displayed #40: Using the Format Painter #41: Using Paste Special for Formatting #42: Clearing Cell Formatting #43: Clearing Cell Contents AND Formatting #44: Inserting & Using Shapes #45: Inserting Pictures & Other Visual Elements #46: Sorting Data #47: Inserting Subtotals within Active Worksheet #48: Filtering Data #49: Data Tool: Text to Columns (Delimited) #50: Data Tool: Text to Columns (Fixed Width) #51: New to Excel 2013: Using Flash Fill #52: Removing Duplicates from Selected Range #53: Getting Started with Tables #54: Inserting Tables & Understanding Contextual Tabs #55: Modifying Table Formatting & Design #56: Filtering a Table & Using the Search Functionality #57: Adding Rows & Columns to a Table #58: Converting a Table to a Range #59: Getting Started with Charts #60: Inserting Charts in Excel #61: New to Excel 2013: Recommended Charts #62: Understanding Chart Data & Chart Elements #63: Modifying Chart Type #64: Formatting the Data, Type, Location, and Elements of a Chart #65: Modifying Chart Axis, Labels, Gridlines, Etc. #66: Copying & Pasting Charts in Excel #67: New to Excel 2013: Sparklines (In-Cell "Mini"Graphs) #68: Modifying Cells - Dragging, Dropping, and Using Fill Handel (in Same Worksheet) #69: Dragging & Dropping Contents (between Multiple Worksheets) #70: Cutting, Copying, and Pasting (in Same Worksheet) #71: Cutting, Copying, and Pasting (between Multiple Worksheets) #72: Using Paste Special for More than Formatting #73: Finding & Replacing Cell Contents #74: Using Spellcheck in Excel #75: Adding Comments to a Worksheet #76: Freezing & Unfreezing Panes in Active Sheet #77: Splitting Screens in Excel (Horizontally & Vertically) #78: Displaying Multiple Worksheets or Workbooks #79: Renaming a Worksheet ; Coloring a Worksheet #80: Inserting & Deleting Worksheets #81: Moving, Copying, and Grouping Sheets #82: Modifying Multiple Worksheets Simultaneously #83: Print Setting, Print Preview, and the Print Menu #84: Page Layout - Size, Orientation, and Margins #85: Using Headers & Footers #86: Using Print Titles #87: Defining Print Areas #88: Using Page Layouts & Understanding Page Breaks #89: Locking & Unlocking Individual Worksheets within a Workbook #90: Protecting Specific Cells within a Given Worksheet #91: Assigning Passwords to Protect an Entire Workbook #92: Sharing Workbooks #93: Tracking changes within a Workbook
Views: 155 Productivity Me
How to Float 3 DIV Boxes Side by Side in a Row.  Stack & Align DIV Boxes Side by Side w/ HTML & CSS
 
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In this tutorial I will show you how to write code for three small div boxes inside one large div box. Div side by side, float div boxes, floating div boxes, aligning div boxes, float div box, boxes side by side, stacking div, aligning div, floating div, html div align, html div float, html div stack, css div float, Div side by side, float div boxes, floating div boxes, aligning div boxes, float div box, boxes side by side, stacking div, aligning div, floating div, html div align, html div float, html div stack, css div float, Div side by side, float div boxes, floating div boxes, aligning div boxes, float div box, boxes side by side, stacking div, aligning div, floating div, html div align, html div float, html div stack, css div float, Div side by side, float div boxes, floating div boxes, aligning div boxes, float div box, boxes side by side, stacking div, aligning div, floating div, html div align, html div float, html div stack, css div float Please SUBSCRIBE to my channel to show some support. Thanks! If you have any questions, feel free to let me know. If you have any problems, or questions, send me a messege, and I would be glad to help. I hope you liked this tutorial, please like my videos, and subscribe to my channel.
Views: 105808 ColaBuzz
CSS - Center Align a Div Element
 
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CODE BELOW - ENCODED FOR YOUTUBE <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd"> <html version="-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/SCHEMA/xhtml11.xsd" > <head> <title>Center Align A Div With CSS</title> <style> #container { width: 800px; margin: 0 auto; clear: both; } #left { float: left; clear: left; width: 50%; } #right { float: right; clear: right; width: 50%; } #right, #left { background: #CCC; } </style> </head> <body> <div id="container"> <div id="left"> left </div> <div id="right"> right </div> </div> </body> </html>
Views: 316 Talon Spacey
How to Align Data Vertically & Horizontally Inside a Cell : Useful Computer Tips
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Ehowtech Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Ehowtech Aligning data vertically and horizontally inside a cell is something you do in a program like Microsoft Excel. Align data vertically and horizontally inside a cell with help from a software engineer with broad and extensive experience in this free video clip. Expert: Mathew Pierce Filmmaker: Paula Pierce Series Description: There is little in today's modern age that can't be accomplished using the careful application of the right piece of computer software. Get useful computer tips for a wide variety of different programs and operating systems with help from a software engineer with broad and extensive experience in this free video series.
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Handling events in AngularJS
 
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event handling in angularjs angularjs ng click example angularjs ng click event In this video we will discuss how to handle events in AngularJS. Let us understand with an example. Here is what we want to do. 1. Display the list of technologies in a table 2. Provide the ability to ike and dislike a technology 3. Increment the likes and dislikes when the respective buttons are clicked Script.js : In the controller function we have 2 methods to increment likes and dislikes. Both the functions have the technology object that we want to like or dislike as a parameter. var app = angular .module("myModule", []) .controller("myController", function ($scope) { var technologies = [ { name:"C#", likes:0, dislikes:0 }, { name: "ASP.NET", likes: 0, dislikes: 0 }, { name: "SQL", likes: 0, dislikes: 0 }, { name: "AngularJS", likes: 0, dislikes: 0 } ]; $scope.technologies = technologies; $scope.incrementLikes = function (technology) { technology.likes++; }; $scope.incrementDislikes = function (technology) { technology.dislikes++; }; }); HtmlPage1.html : Notice in the html below, we are associating incrementLikes() and incrementDislikes() functions with the respective button. When any of these buttons are clicked, the corresponsing technology object is automatically passed to the function, and the likes or dislikes property is incremented depending on which button is clicked. [!DOCTYPE html] [html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"] [head] [title][/title] [script src="Scripts/angular.min.js"][/script] [script src="Scripts/Script.js"][/script] [link href="Styles.css" rel="stylesheet" /] [/head] [body ng-app="myModule"] [div ng-controller="myController"] [table] [thead] [tr] [th]Name[/th] [th]Likes[/th] [th]Dislikes[/th] [th]Like/Dislike[/th] [/tr] [/thead] [tbody] [tr ng-repeat="technology in technologies"] [td] {{ technology.name }} [/td] [td style="text-align:center"] {{ technology.likes }} [/td] [td style="text-align:center"] {{ technology.dislikes }} [/td] [td] [input type="button" ng-click="incrementLikes(technology)" value="Like" /] [input type="button" ng-click="incrementDislikes(technology)" value="Dislike" /] [/td] [/tr] [/tbody] [/table] [/div] [/body] [/html] Styles.css : Styles for table, td and th elements table { border-collapse: collapse; font-family:Arial; } td { border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; } th { border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; text-align: left; } Link for all dot net and sql server video tutorial playlists https://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists?sort=dd&view=1 Link for slides, code samples and text version of the video http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2015/11/handling-events-in-angularjs.html
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HTML tutorial: Flowing text around an image | lynda.com
 
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This HTML tutorial shows how to flow text around a normally inline image element using the CSS float property. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/HTML-tutorials/HTML-Essential-Training-2012/99326-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-web-dev-mEMrFbX4Agg. This tutorial is a single movie from the first chapter of the HTML Essential Training course presented by lynda.com author Bill Weinman. The complete course is 5.5 hours long and introduces new web designers to the nuts and bolts of HTML (HyperText Markup Language), the programming language behind most web pages HTML Essential Training table of contents: Introduction 1. Overview 2. Fundamentals of HTML 3. Meta data and the document head 4. Text 5. A CSS Primer 6. Images 7. Hyperlinks 8. Lists 9. Structural, contextual, and semantic elements 10. Audio, video and other objects 11. HTML5 Data Elements 12. HTML5 Microdata 13. Document Outlines 14. Tables 15. Frames 16. Forms 17. A case study Conclusion
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Lesson - 18: Text-align and line-height in CSS (Hindi Video Tutorial)
 
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Learn How to Center Align Text in Div .
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SoftXpand Duo Pro - Multiple Users share 1 PC - Home Edition
 
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http://tinyurl.com/ltrttr2 SoftXpand Duo Pro - Multiple Users share 1 PC - Home Edition p style="padding: 0; margin: 0;"img height="191" width="780" src="http://$miniframe.SoftXpand Duo Pro - Multiple Users share 1 PC - Home Edition it is Scam ?/templates/miniframe/images/SX Duo Pro_.jpg"//p table border="0" style="width: 780px;" tbody tr td style="background-color: #e8e8e8; height: 40px; text-align: center;" valign="middle" align="center"span style="font-size: 12pt;"strongHow to apply/strong/span/td td style="background-color: #e8e8e8; height: 40px; text-align: center;" valign="middle" align="center"span color="#ff0000" size="4" style="color: #ff0000; font-size: medium;"bSoftXpand Duo Pro vs. SoftXpand Duo/b/span/td /tr tr td style="text-align: left;"img alt="SoftXpand 2011 Duo implementation diagram" src="http://$miniframe.com/templates/miniframe/images/how_to_apply_duo_MK_2.jpg" width="250" height="436" title="SoftXpand 2011 Duo implementation diagram" style="float: left;" //td td valign="top" style="text-align: center;" align="center" pimg height="266" width="450" alt="Duo_versus_DuoPro_table_" src="http://$miniframe.com/templates/miniframe/images/Duo_versus_DuoPro_table_.jpg" style="font-size: 11px; line-height: 1.3em;" //p /td /tr tr td style="text-align: center; background-color: #bcd638;" valign="middle" colspan="2" align="center" pspan style="font-size: 14pt;"strongspan style="color: #000000;"Some more information about the product/span/strong/span/p /td table border="0" style="width: 780px;" p class=padderbetweencontrolandbodyNow, for the first time ever, you can use bjust one computer/b and:/p p class=MsoNormal- Play co-op games with your friend or spouse/p p class=MsoNormal- Stop the kids from constantly fighting over the computer./p p class=MsoNormal- Play a new game and watch the walk-through at the same time./p p class=MsoNormalbcolor: #ff0000You don't need an additional computer!/b/p p class=MsoNormalSoftXpand is a bMulti-Seat software/b that will turn your computer into 4 independent workstations:/p p class=MsoNormal- Supports full video acceleration./p p class=MsoNormal- Supports most gaming platforms, such as Steam, Origin, etc./p p class=MsoNormal- No lags while two users are playing at the same time./p p class=MsoNormalbA 20-day free-trial/b is available for download - just click the link below. /p p class=MsoNormalbHow to apply SoftXpand Duo Pro?/b/p p class=MsoNormal1. Connect another sets of Monitors, Keyboards and a miceto your PC/laptop./p p class=MsoNormal2. Create another user account on Windows./p p class=MsoNormal3. Disable your anti-virus during the next 2 steps./p p class=MsoNormal4. Download and install SoftXpand Duo Pro from the link below./p p class=MsoNormal5. After reboot, follow the instructions on the screen, for assigning keyboard/mouse to each workstation (one-time process)./p p class=MsoNormal6. If you need separate audio channels, just add USB Audio Adapters (available on ebay for $5)./p /div p class=MsoNormalbNotes/b:/p p class=MsoNormal1. At this stage, SoftXpand Duo Pro is only compatible with Windows 7 32/64 bit. A version that runs on Windows-8 will be announced in a few months./p p class=MsoNormal2. As for now, only keyboards and mouse can be assigned to specific users. Game tablets will be "seen" by both users./p p class=MsoNormal3. If you are heavily into gaming, consider adding a second video-card to your PC, for maintaining high FPS-rates./p p class=MsoNormal4. Please review MiniFrame's Online Knowledge Base for instructions how to use SoftXpand with Steam and other popular games./p p class=MsoNormal /p /div p style="text-align: left;"Click the menu below to choose your required configuration = number of users per each PC. Change quantity if you are setting up multiple computers/p SoftXpand Duo Pro - Multiple Users share 1 PC - Home Edition Review
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Excel 2013 for Beginners Part 19: How to Wrap and Align Text in Excel
 
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Get my free 3 hour Excel 2013 course: https://simonsezit.leadpages.net/free-excel-2013-course/ Get 17 training videos to help you learn MS Excel 2013. When typing some data into a cell in Excel, sometimes the text is long such that the text just spills over. What do you do to make the text fit into the cell? You could make the column wider, but there's a better way of dealing with that. In this video, you will learn more about how to Wrap Text and other formatting functions such as vertical alignment, horizontal alignment, and alignment for numbers. You can set alignment as General, Justify, or Center. Find out all these in this Excel 2013 training tutorial! Get over 70 hours of Microsoft Office 2013 training here course here: http://bit.ly/office-2013-training Stay in touch: StreamSKill.com: http://streamskill.com/ SimonSezIT.com: https://www.SimonSezIT.com/ The Simon Sez IT email newsletter: http://bit.ly/18bMwY0 YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel -) Hello again. In this section, we’re looking again at formatting a worksheet in our course on Excel 2013. In the previous section, we looked at things like inserting and deleting columns and rows. In this one, we’re going to look at a little bit more detail on formatting a worksheet. Now I’ve gone back to the table of expenses that we looked at earlier on. I’ve inserted another column here. The other column I’ve got here is one that denotes the name of the particular customer that a particular expense was associated with. Where there isn’t a customer name then I’ve just put it under the heading of prospects. This is for potential customers. And one of the entries here I’ve left blank and I’ll talk about that in a moment or two. So having entered this other Column what I’m now going to do is to set about formatting it in a better way, make it look a little bit more attractive. And we’re going to use both the work we’ve done already on formatting columns and rows but also we’re going to introduce theme and style considerations as well. So let’s get started. Now one of the first things that I’m going to deal with here is what happens in a situation like this one where I’ve added another row but the description of the expense is now even longer than any of the ones that we’ve had before. And potentially dealing with a description as long as the long that I’ve typed in there is going to mean that in order to extend the width of Column D enough to accommodate that, first of all the width of the overall expenses claim is going to get wider and wider and secondly there’s a lot of wasted space here with the others. So the first thing I want to show you is that when you’re dealing with text fields, you can actually use more than one line for a description in this case and you can do that by wrapping text. Now if I select Column D, right click, and go into Format Cells, then one of the options there on the Alignment tab is Wrap Text. So let’s check Wrap Text, click on OK, and see what happens. Now at the moment there’s no need for the text to wrap because it’s got plenty of width. But supposing I reduced the Column D width down again, watch what happens as I reduce it. Now when I get to that point you can see that in two of the entries the text has wrapped. The other things you can probably notice, first of all, in Row 7 I’ve lost part of the text and in all of them the text is aligned with the bottom of the cell. So for instance here, the date in Row 8 is at the bottom of Row 8. Now you may not particularly want it at the bottom or you may. But I need to show you how to set that as well. And this in fact leads us to a very important aspect of formatting in a worksheet in general. When you’re formatting in a worksheet, what you’re formatting applies to is what you have selected at that time. When I set Wrap Text just now, I had Column D selected, the whole of Column D. And remember there are potentially thousands of rows in Column D. Every row in Column D has the same setting for text wrapping and that is text will wrap. If I had chosen say one cell in Column D, let’s say if I’d chosen that one I’d right clicked on that, gone into Format Cells, and for that one I had checked off Wrap Text. So I unchecked it, click on OK, and for that one cell alone text is not wrapped. Now clearly that’s not a very good solution in this case because that’s the worse cell of all and the one that needs wrapping the most. Sorry, we couldn't fit the entire video transcription here since YouTube only allows 5000 characters.
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Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners #36: Using Cell Alignment - Top, Middle, and Bottom
 
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Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners #36: Using Cell Alignment - Top, Middle, and Bottom In this Excel tutorial we’ll discuss the vertical alignment of cells within a Microsoft Excel worksheet; we’ll cover top, middle, and bottom alignment. This is video 36 of 93 in our “Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners” Series. For those of you interested, go ahead and… Download the corresponding Excel File Here: https://goo.gl/FkzqMu Download a Course Syllabus and PDF to associated Videos Here: https://goo.gl/jdvUlV Checkout the ProductivityMe Excel Tutorial for Beginners Course Playlist Here: https://goo.gl/lFQADM We want to help you master Microsoft Excel- Let us know what you think of this video! Feel free to give us a thumbs up, a thumbs down, or leave a comment. Your feedback is much appreciated!!! Cheers, Tolan Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners- Full Course (93 Lessons) (Again- you can download a list of all the videos and links here: https://goo.gl/lFQADM ) #01: What is Excel? #02: Using Excels Menu System #03: Using the Quick Access Toolbar #04: The Structure of A Worksheet Or Workbook #05: Using the Formula Bar #06: Using the Status Bar #07: Navigating Worksheets & Workbooks #08: Shortcut Menus and the Mini Toolbar #09: Using Excel's Built-in Help Function #10: Creating New File; Saving That File #11: Opening Existing File; Using Save As #12: Entering Data #13: Editing Data #14: Undo & Redo #15: Making Desired Selection #16: Using the Fill Handle #17: Autocomplete & AutoFill #18: Entering Basic Math Formulas, Totals, and Averages in Excel #19: Replicating Formula from a Near-by Cell #20: Applying Varying Formulas Based on Cell's Context #21: Quickly Remembering Order of Operations in with a Function #22: Using Relative, Absolute, and Mixed References #23: Exploring Basic Excel Functions – SUM #24: Exploring Basic Excel Functions – AVERAGE #25: Exploring Basic Excel Functions - MIN & MAX #26: Exploring Basic Excel Functions - COUNT, COUNTA, COUNTBLANK #27: Exploring Basic Excel Functions - PRODUCT #28: Inserting and Deleting Columns & Rows #29: Hiding and Unhiding Columns & Rows #30: Changing the Widths and Heights of Columns & Rows #31: Wrapping Text #32: Merging Contents from Multiple Cells #33: Adding, Modifying, and Removing Cell Borders #34: Modifying Cell Font - Typeface, Size, Style, Color, Etc. #35: Using Cell Alignment - Left, Center, and Right #36: Using Cell Alignment - Top, Middle, and Bottom #37: Using Cell Orientation - Angled, Horizontal, and Vertical #38: Applying Different Number Formats #39: Adjusting the Number of Decimals Displayed #40: Using the Format Painter #41: Using Paste Special for Formatting #42: Clearing Cell Formatting #43: Clearing Cell Contents AND Formatting #44: Inserting & Using Shapes #45: Inserting Pictures & Other Visual Elements #46: Sorting Data #47: Inserting Subtotals within Active Worksheet #48: Filtering Data #49: Data Tool: Text to Columns (Delimited) #50: Data Tool: Text to Columns (Fixed Width) #51: New to Excel 2013: Using Flash Fill #52: Removing Duplicates from Selected Range #53: Getting Started with Tables #54: Inserting Tables & Understanding Contextual Tabs #55: Modifying Table Formatting & Design #56: Filtering a Table & Using the Search Functionality #57: Adding Rows & Columns to a Table #58: Converting a Table to a Range #59: Getting Started with Charts #60: Inserting Charts in Excel #61: New to Excel 2013: Recommended Charts #62: Understanding Chart Data & Chart Elements #63: Modifying Chart Type #64: Formatting the Data, Type, Location, and Elements of a Chart #65: Modifying Chart Axis, Labels, Gridlines, Etc. #66: Copying & Pasting Charts in Excel #67: New to Excel 2013: Sparklines (In-Cell "Mini"Graphs) #68: Modifying Cells - Dragging, Dropping, and Using Fill Handel (in Same Worksheet) #69: Dragging & Dropping Contents (between Multiple Worksheets) #70: Cutting, Copying, and Pasting (in Same Worksheet) #71: Cutting, Copying, and Pasting (between Multiple Worksheets) #72: Using Paste Special for More than Formatting #73: Finding & Replacing Cell Contents #74: Using Spellcheck in Excel #75: Adding Comments to a Worksheet #76: Freezing & Unfreezing Panes in Active Sheet #77: Splitting Screens in Excel (Horizontally & Vertically) #78: Displaying Multiple Worksheets or Workbooks #79: Renaming a Worksheet ; Coloring a Worksheet #80: Inserting & Deleting Worksheets #81: Moving, Copying, and Grouping Sheets #82: Modifying Multiple Worksheets Simultaneously #83: Print Setting, Print Preview, and the Print Menu #84: Page Layout - Size, Orientation, and Margins #85: Using Headers & Footers #86: Using Print Titles #87: Defining Print Areas #88: Using Page Layouts & Understanding Page Breaks #89: Locking & Unlocking Individual Worksheets within a Workbook #90: Protecting Specific Cells within a Given Worksheet #91: Assigning Passwords to Protect an Entire Workbook #92: Sharing Workbooks #93: Tracking changes within a Workbook
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Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners #34: Modifying Cell Font - Typeface,  Size, Style, Color, Etc.
 
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Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners #34: Modifying Cell Font - Typeface, Size, Style, Color, Etc. In this Excel tutorial we’ll discuss how the different options for modifying the font of one or more cells within a Microsoft Excel worksheet. This is video 34 of 93 in our “Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners” Series. For those of you interested, go ahead and… Download the corresponding Excel File Here: https://goo.gl/HiKIMR Download a Course Syllabus and PDF to associated Videos Here: https://goo.gl/jdvUlV Checkout the ProductivityMe Excel Tutorial for Beginners Course Playlist Here: https://goo.gl/lFQADM We want to help you master Microsoft Excel- Let us know what you think of this video! Feel free to give us a thumbs up, a thumbs down, or leave a comment. Your feedback is much appreciated!!! Cheers, Tolan Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners- Full Course (93 Lessons) (Again- you can download a list of all the videos and links here: https://goo.gl/lFQADM ) #01: What is Excel? #02: Using Excels Menu System #03: Using the Quick Access Toolbar #04: The Structure of A Worksheet Or Workbook #05: Using the Formula Bar #06: Using the Status Bar #07: Navigating Worksheets & Workbooks #08: Shortcut Menus and the Mini Toolbar #09: Using Excel's Built-in Help Function #10: Creating New File; Saving That File #11: Opening Existing File; Using Save As #12: Entering Data #13: Editing Data #14: Undo & Redo #15: Making Desired Selection #16: Using the Fill Handle #17: Autocomplete & AutoFill #18: Entering Basic Math Formulas, Totals, and Averages in Excel #19: Replicating Formula from a Near-by Cell #20: Applying Varying Formulas Based on Cell's Context #21: Quickly Remembering Order of Operations in with a Function #22: Using Relative, Absolute, and Mixed References #23: Exploring Basic Excel Functions – SUM #24: Exploring Basic Excel Functions – AVERAGE #25: Exploring Basic Excel Functions - MIN & MAX #26: Exploring Basic Excel Functions - COUNT, COUNTA, COUNTBLANK #27: Exploring Basic Excel Functions - PRODUCT #28: Inserting and Deleting Columns & Rows #29: Hiding and Unhiding Columns & Rows #30: Changing the Widths and Heights of Columns & Rows #31: Wrapping Text #32: Merging Contents from Multiple Cells #33: Adding, Modifying, and Removing Cell Borders #34: Modifying Cell Font - Typeface, Size, Style, Color, Etc. #35: Using Cell Alignment - Left, Center, and Right #36: Using Cell Alignment - Top, Middle, and Bottom #37: Using Cell Orientation - Angled, Horizontal, and Vertical #38: Applying Different Number Formats #39: Adjusting the Number of Decimals Displayed #40: Using the Format Painter #41: Using Paste Special for Formatting #42: Clearing Cell Formatting #43: Clearing Cell Contents AND Formatting #44: Inserting & Using Shapes #45: Inserting Pictures & Other Visual Elements #46: Sorting Data #47: Inserting Subtotals within Active Worksheet #48: Filtering Data #49: Data Tool: Text to Columns (Delimited) #50: Data Tool: Text to Columns (Fixed Width) #51: New to Excel 2013: Using Flash Fill #52: Removing Duplicates from Selected Range #53: Getting Started with Tables #54: Inserting Tables & Understanding Contextual Tabs #55: Modifying Table Formatting & Design #56: Filtering a Table & Using the Search Functionality #57: Adding Rows & Columns to a Table #58: Converting a Table to a Range #59: Getting Started with Charts #60: Inserting Charts in Excel #61: New to Excel 2013: Recommended Charts #62: Understanding Chart Data & Chart Elements #63: Modifying Chart Type #64: Formatting the Data, Type, Location, and Elements of a Chart #65: Modifying Chart Axis, Labels, Gridlines, Etc. #66: Copying & Pasting Charts in Excel #67: New to Excel 2013: Sparklines (In-Cell "Mini"Graphs) #68: Modifying Cells - Dragging, Dropping, and Using Fill Handel (in Same Worksheet) #69: Dragging & Dropping Contents (between Multiple Worksheets) #70: Cutting, Copying, and Pasting (in Same Worksheet) #71: Cutting, Copying, and Pasting (between Multiple Worksheets) #72: Using Paste Special for More than Formatting #73: Finding & Replacing Cell Contents #74: Using Spellcheck in Excel #75: Adding Comments to a Worksheet #76: Freezing & Unfreezing Panes in Active Sheet #77: Splitting Screens in Excel (Horizontally & Vertically) #78: Displaying Multiple Worksheets or Workbooks #79: Renaming a Worksheet ; Coloring a Worksheet #80: Inserting & Deleting Worksheets #81: Moving, Copying, and Grouping Sheets #82: Modifying Multiple Worksheets Simultaneously #83: Print Setting, Print Preview, and the Print Menu #84: Page Layout - Size, Orientation, and Margins #85: Using Headers & Footers #86: Using Print Titles #87: Defining Print Areas #88: Using Page Layouts & Understanding Page Breaks #89: Locking & Unlocking Individual Worksheets within a Workbook #90: Protecting Specific Cells within a Given Worksheet #91: Assigning Passwords to Protect an Entire Workbook #92: Sharing Workbooks #93: Tracking changes within a Workbook
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HTML & HTML5 Attributes Tutorial Bangla 4
 
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html tutorial in bangla Html Attribute Bangla tutorial part 4 Html, Html5, Css, Css3, Javascript, Jquery, Angular js, Php, Mysql, C#, Java, Phyton etc HTML,CSS,JavaScript,DOM,jQuery,PHP,SQL,XML,Bootstrap,Web,W3CSS,W3C,tutorials,programming,development,training,learning,quiz,primer,lessons,reference,examples,source code,colors,demos,tips,w3c a, href, terget, blank, class, id, title, img, src, width, height, style, alt, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, paragrape, bold, italic, underline, dd, dl, dt, ul, ol, li, div, span, strong, big, small, table, tbody, thead, th, tr, td, colspan, rowspan, cellspacing, cellpadding, blink, textarea, doctype, abbr, address, area, article, aside, audio, base, bdo, blockquot, body, br, canvas, caption, center, code, col, colgroup, del, details, dfn, em, embed, figcaption, figure, font, font family, font color, frame, frameset, head, header, iframe, ins, kbd, link, main, map, mark, menu, menuitem, meta, tag, contant, nav, noscript, script, object, output, param, picture, pre, progress, q, rp, rt, ruby, s, samp, section, source, strike, sub, sup, summary, svg, template, tfoot, time, track, tt, var, video, wbr, dir, header, footer, dialog, data, accept, align, autocomplete, autofocus, autoplay, bgcolor, background, border, charset, cite, content, controls, default, dirname, download, enctype, http-equiv, ismap, kind, lang, loop, marquee, low, media, onchange, oncopy, oncut, ondrop, onlood, pattern, rel, scope, shape, srclang, step, wrap, form, action, method, encript multipart/form-data, fieldset, legent, input, typetext number, password, email, color, date, month, day, radio, checkbox, range, select, option, textarea, button, reset, submit, attribute, onclick, alert, maxlength, max, min, pattern, size, rows, cols, list, name, datalist, id, optgroup, readonly, disabled, hidden, required, value, placeholder, label CSS & CSS3 -------------------- accelerator azimuth background background-attachment background-color background-image background-position background-position-x background-position-y background-repeat behavior border border-bottom border-bottom-color border-bottom-style border-bottom-width border-collapse border-color border-left border-left-color border-left-style border-left-width border-right border-right-color border-right-style border-right-width border-spacing border-style border-top border-top-color border-top-style border-top-width border-width bottom caption-side clear clip color content counter-increment counter-reset cue cue-after cue-before cursor direction display elevation empty-cells filter float font font-family font-size font-size-adjust font-stretch font-style font-variant font-weight height ime-mode include-source layer-background-color layer-background-image layout-flow layout-grid layout-grid-char layout-grid-char-spacing layout-grid-line layout-grid-mode layout-grid-type left letter-spacing line-break line-height list-style list-style-image list-style-position list-style-type margin margin-bottom margin-left margin-right margin-top marker-offset marks max-height max-width min-height min-width -moz-binding -moz-border-radius -moz-border-radius-topleft -moz-border-radius-topright -moz-border-radius-bottomright -moz-border-radius-bottomleft -moz-border-top-colors -moz-border-right-colors -moz-border-bottom-colors -moz-border-left-colors -moz-opacity -moz-outline -moz-outline-color -moz-outline-style -moz-outline-width -moz-user-focus -moz-user-input -moz-user-modify -moz-user-select orphans outline outline-color outline-style outline-width overflow overflow-X overflow-Y padding padding-bottom padding-left padding-right padding-top page page-break-after page-break-before page-break-inside pause pause-after pause-before pitch pitch-range play-during position quotes -replace richness right ruby-align ruby-overhang ruby-position -set-link-source size speak speak-header speak-numeral speak-punctuation speech-rate stress scrollbar-arrow-color scrollbar-base-color scrollbar-dark-shadow-color scrollbar-face-color scrollbar-highlight-color scrollbar-shadow-color scrollbar-3d-light-color scrollbar-track-color table-layout text-align text-align-last text-decoration text-indent text-justify text-overflow text-shadow text-transform text-autospace text-kashida-space text-underline-position top unicode-bidi -use-link-source vertical-align visibility voice-family volume white-space widows width word-break word-spacing word-wrap writing-mode z-index zoom All ----------------------------- Html, Html5, Css, Css3, Javascript, Jquery, Angular js, Php, Mysql, C#, Java, Phyton etc HTML,CSS,JavaScript,DOM,jQuery,PHP,SQL,XML,Bootstrap,Web,W3CSS,W3C,tutorials,programming,development,training,learning,quiz,primer,lessons,reference,examples,source code,colors,demos,tips,w3c
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28 CSS text alignment
 
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In this video, I explained how to alignment text, inline and inline-block elements, text-align left, center, right and justify.
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Align the text of the first cell of the table to bottom and right.
 
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Align the text of the first cell of the table to bottom and right.Want more? Then download our TEST4U demo from https://www.test4u.eu/en/demo TEST4U provides an innovative approach to learning. Ignore the boring e-courses and use a new, interactive tool like 700 000 satisfied users did. TEST4U is an automated test which cooperates with the actual applications and can be used to prepare the students for certification exams (e.g. Microsoft-Certiport, ECDL/ICDL, DIPLOMA etc.) and train and assess employees. More on https://www.test4u.eu/en/demo
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Part 59   Layout view in mvc
 
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Link for code samples used in the demo http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2013/07/part-59-layout-view-in-mvc.html Link for csharp, asp.net, ado.net, dotnet basics, mvc and sql server video tutorial playlists http://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists Make sure to replace [ with LESSTHAN and ] with GREATERTHAN symbol. What is the advantage of using _Layout.cshtml view? Layout views provide the advantage of maintaining consistent look and feel across all the views in an mvc application. A typical layout view consists of 1. Header 2. Footer 3. Navigation menu 4. View specific content Rather than having all of these sections, in each and every view, we can define them in a layout view and then inherit that look and feel in all the views. With layout views, maintaining the consistent look and feel across all the views becomes much easier, as we have only one layout file to modify, should there be any change. The change will then be immediately reflected across all the views in entire application. Let us now create a layout view with 1. Header 2. Footer 3. Navigation menu and 4. a place to plugin view specific content Step 1: Create an empty asp.net mvc4 application. Step 2: Right click on "Views" folder and add "Shared" folder. Step 3: Right click on "Shared" folder and add "_Layout.cshtml" view. This is our layout view, where we will define the site wide look and feel. The layout file can have any name, and will have .cshtml file extension. Copy and paste the following html [html] [head] [title]@ViewBag.Title[/title] @*All the javascript and css files that are required by the application can be referenced here so that there is no need to reference them in each and every view*@ [/head] [body] [table border="1" style="width:800px; font-family:Arial"] [tr] [td colspan="2" style="text-align:center"] [h3]Website Header[/h3] [/td] [/tr] [tr] [td style="width:200px"] [h3]Menu[/h3] [/td] [td style="width:600px"] @RenderBody() [/td] [/tr] [tr] [td colspan="2" style="text-align:center; font-size:x-small"] [h3]Website Footer[/h3] [/td] [/tr] [/table] [/body] [/html] Points to note: 1. View specific title is retrieved using @ViewBag.Title. 2. View specific content will be plugged-in at the location, where RenderBody() function is called. Step 4: Let us use the following table tblEmployee, and generate a few views that can be used with our layout view. Create table tblEmployee ( Id int identity primary key, FirstName nvarchar(50), LastName nvarchar(50), Salary int ) Insert into tblEmployee values('Tom', 'S', 5000) Insert into tblEmployee values('Mary', 'P', 8000) Insert into tblEmployee values('Ben', 'K', 3000) Step 5: Add ADO.NET entity data model based on the above table. Build the solution, so that Employee model class is compiled. Step 6: Add a HomeController, with the following settings, so that Index, Details, Create, Edit and Delete views are auto-generated. 1. Controller name - HomeController 2. Template - MVC controller with read/write actions and views, using Entity Framework 3. Model class - Employee 4. Data context class - SampleDBContext 5. Views - Razor Step 7: Now, we need to make modifications to Index.cshtml view, to use _Layout.cshtml layout view. Copy and paste the following code just below, @model declaration. Notice that, we are storing title in ViewBag object. The layout view is going to retrieve it from viewbag and use it as the title. The next statement, specifies the layout file to use. @{ ViewBag.Title = "Employee List Page"; Layout = "~/Views/Shared/_Layout.cshtml"; } At this point navigate to Index view and notice that, it uses the layout file that we have defined. Step 8: Make the following modifications to layout view. Replace 1. Website Header with Employee Portal 2. [h3]Website Footer[/h3] with © 2013 Pragim Technologes 3. [h3]Menu[/h3] with @Html.ActionLink("Employee List", "Index") Save changes and navigate to Index view. Now click on "Edit" link. The page crashes. To fix it, delete "Scripts" section that is at the bottom of the Edit view. Refresh the page. Notice that, we don't have error now, but this view is not using the layout view. To fix it, we need to include the following code, as we did on index view. @{ ViewBag.Title = "Employee List Page"; Layout = "~/Views/Shared/_Layout.cshtml"; } In our next video, we will discuss - How to specify layout view setting for all the views at one place.
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How To Add Dollar Sign In Microsoft Excel [Tutorial]
 
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This brief tutorial will show you guys how to use currency symbols in Microsoft Excel. Whether knowing how to use the dollar sign in Microsoft Excel is a need-to-know or a nice-to-know for you, the sign is something that will enable you to present your corporate accounting data more accurately. The application employs the sign as a programming convention in formulas. Placing a dollar sign before the column and the row in a formula tells Excel that you don’t want it to adjust the cell reference when you copy the formula. This is called an absolute cell reference. If you don’t include the dollar signs, then Excel adjusts the cell reference by following the same location-based pattern as your original formula, rather than the actual formula. Most people are familiar with the conventional use of the dollar sign in Excel, which is to express monetary values. Currency Format 1. Select a range of cells to display with the dollar sign. You can also choose just one cell. 2. On the Home tab, click the dialog box launcher in the Number group. The launcher has the small, right-pointing arrow. 3. Click “Currency” from the Category list. To align the decimal points and the dollar signs, click “Accounting” instead. Otherwise, the dollar signs will appear immediately before each number. Also, if you type in a zero in a cell, applying the Accounting format will change the digit to a dash, whereas the Currency format will keep it as a numeral. 4. Select how many decimal places you want the numbers to have from the Decimal Places list. The up arrow goes all the way up to 30; the down arrow drops to zero. The dollar sign is preselected in the Symbol menu. Select a format for negative numbers from the Negative Numbers list. 5. Click “OK.” Absolute Cell Reference 1. Select a blank cell and then enter a value in it, to use as an example. For example, select cell A1 and then type “15” (without quotation marks). 2. Select another blank cell and enter a formula in it that contains the cell reference in your example. For example, navigate to cell C4, type “=A1” (without quotation marks) and then press “Enter.” It should display “15” in the cell. 3. Copy the cell with your formula to another blank cell. For example, copy the formula in cell C4 to cell F4. Use whichever copy and paste operation you prefer. The cell should display “0.” 4. Navigate to the cell with the formula you initially created, not the copied cell. In the example, that would be C4. Click in the formula bar and type a dollar sign before the “A” and the “1,” so that it looks like this: $A$1. Press “Enter.” 5. Copy the newly created formula with the dollar signs into the same cell that you initially copied the formula into. In the example, that’s F4. The cell should now display “15” instead of “0.”
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Aligning Text: Left, Right, Center
 
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Aligning Text: Left, Right, Center
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How To Align Login/Registration Form at Center Of The Page Using HTML
 
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Hi Everyone..!! In this video i am going to show you "How To Align Login/Registration Form at Center Of The Page Using HTML ". It's very easy just watch entire video. I hope the above is all clear but please feel free to contact me if you need any further information. Happy Coding..!! Please Like this Video, Share with your Friends(Coders) and Subscribe to my Channel for more cool things. Click here to Subscribe us: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCClL... Follow Us on Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+TechnoPanti ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Music Credits: Easy Jam by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-... Artist: http://incompetech.com/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Also watch following videos: 1) How To Align Login/Registration Form at Center Of The Page Using HTML https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3iCY32iNHg&t=115s 2) HOW TO CREATE FORM USING HTML5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-3LvuV3EPI&t=25s 3) HOW TO VALIDATE REGISTERATION FORM IN HTML5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVWgDZcRZbY 4) HOW TO CREATE CANVAS IN HTML5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=450h9fYiKGg&t=86s 5) TRANSITION IN HTML5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20KVkNBtQhY&t=4s 6) TRANSFORMATION IN HTML5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBae5TQqcRw&t=33s 7) ANIMATION IN HTML5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYz5MxQ__ng&t=181s 8) HOW TO USE MEDIA QUERIES TO CREATE DYNAMIC WEBSITE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrVCMwgcXqk&t=3s ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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CSS Table Border Tutorial - Better Than HTML Table Borders
 
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CSS Table Border Tutorial - Better Than HTML Table Borders https://youtu.be/WrmjwNIThW0 CSS code from the video: td { border:1px solid green; border-right:none; border-bottom:none; } td:nth-last-child(1) { border-right:1px solid green; } table { border-bottom:1px solid green; } CSS table border sets a border for your tables. You can set a table order right in the HTML as well, but it's not as versatile and doesn't look as good. The options available using table borders is the same as setting borders on any other elements. But adding border's to tables can be a little tricky. By that I mean you have add borders to some table cells and table rows. For example, if you just add border:1px solid black; to all table cells you will have a double border in the internal cells and a single border around the outside. So you have to instead apply border:1px solid block;border-right:none; This will ensure that you don't have double borders, but then there won't be a border on the right side of the table. So you'll have to add border-right to just the last cells on the right of the table. It's a bit of a pain to add borders to table and it takes a bit of work, but it's well worth it. So you have a lot flexibility with table borders. A couple things are important to keep in mind. 1. Proper border order. 2. The different border styles you can apply to each side independently using the same order as in point 1. 3. The ability to add border color to each side independently using the same order as in point 1. That's all there is to it. I hope this video helps you! If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below. And before you go, subscribe and like :) If you're into Wordpress, check out my WPLearningLab channel to learn more about WordPress so you can earn more for yourself, for your clients or for your business.
How to Wrap Text Around Image in CSS
 
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In this tutorial you will see how to wrap text around images by applying CSS image floating. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ Most of the web pages contain text around images. This technique is actually called wrapping the text around the image. Follow this easy step by step tutorial to learn how to wrap text around images through CSS and see how the alignment classes work. Step 1 - Specifying the Image and Writing Text First of all, give the path of the image in double quotes within the image source tag. Within the same tag, specify CSS image floating class which would be used for aligning the image. First use the "Float Left" element. After that, open up the paragraph tag and just write any text within that. Then, open up the image source tag once more and repeat the same steps, but this time, use the float right class for aligning the image. Make sure to close the paragraph tags after the texts. With that done, close the body and html tags as well. Step 2 - Defining the Classes Now let's define the CSS image floating classes, declared in previous steps. For that, open up the style tag before the body tag and let's understand the working of the classes. The float method in the float left class is actually placing the image to the left with 4 pixels from the left corner of the screen. Similarly, the float right element inside float right class moves the image to the right side. With that done, close the style tag and save the HTML document. Step 3 - Viewing the Effect Now when we open up the HTML file in the browser, we will see the text around images would be wrapped according to our code. And that is how text is wrapped around an image.
Angular layout template
 
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angularjs routing layout In this video we will discuss creating the angular layout template. This is continuation to Part 23, please watch Part 23 from AngularJS tutorial before proceeding. Here are the steps Step 1. Copy and paste the following HTML in the body section of the page. [table style="font-family: Arial"] [tr] [td colspan="2" class="header"] [h1] WebSite Header [/h1] [/td] [/tr] [tr] [td class="leftMenu"] [a href="#/home"]Home[/a] [a href="#/courses"]Courses[/a] [a href="#/students"]Students[/a] [/td] [td class="mainContent"] [ng-view][/ng-view] [/td] [/tr] [tr] [td colspan="2" class="footer"] [b]Website Footer[/b] [/td] [/tr] [/table] Please note : 1. The partial templates (home.html, courses.html & students.html) will be injected into the location where we have ng-view directive. 2. For linking to partial templates we are using # symbol in the href attribute. This tells the browser not to navigate away from index.html. In a later video we will discuss how to get rid of the # symbol. Step 2. Add a stylesheet to your project. Name it styles.css. Copy and paste the following. .header { width: 800px; height: 80px; text-align: center; background-color: #BDBDBD; } .footer { background-color: #BDBDBD; text-align: center; } .leftMenu { height: 500px; background-color: #D8D8D8; width: 150px; } .mainContent { height: 500px; background-color: #E6E6E6; width: 650px; } a{ display:block; padding:5px } Step 3 : Finally add a reference to styles.css in index.html page. At this point the HTML in the layout page (index.html) should be as shown below. [!DOCTYPE html] [html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" ng-app="Demo"] [head] [title][/title] [script src="Scripts/angular.min.js"][/script] [script src="Scripts/angular-route.min.js"][/script] [link href="Styles.css" rel="stylesheet" /] [/head] [body] [table style="font-family: Arial"] [tr] [td colspan="2" class="header"] [h1] WebSite Header [/h1] [/td] [/tr] [tr] [td class="leftMenu"] [a href="#/home"]Home[/a] [a href="#/courses"]Courses[/a] [a href="#/students"]Students[/a] [/td] [td class="mainContent"] [ng-view][/ng-view] [/td] [/tr] [tr] [td colspan="2" class="footer"] [b]Website Footer[/b] [/td] [/tr] [/table] [/body] [/html] In our next video, we will discuss creating the partial templates i.e home.html, courses.html and students.html Link for all dot net and sql server video tutorial playlists https://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists?sort=dd&view=1 Link for slides, code samples and text version of the video http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2016/02/angular-layout-template.html
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Align Center Text Vertically Inside A HTML Div Tag Using CSS
 
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using CSS style make text alignment vertically center in an HTML div element
HTML video tutorial - 18 - html attributes - html align attribute
 
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HTML - Attributes : Attributes in html are extra settings on the tag. Attributes add more capabilities to html tags when used. Attributes are written in opening tags. Attributes are written after the tag name and before the greater than symbol in the opening tag. Attributes are separated by space character. Attributes come in pair, attribute name and attribute value. Attributes value is assigned to an attribute name using equal to sign. Attribute value should be enclosed in double quotations. HTML - align attribute: align attribute is used to align the text either to the left, center or to the right edge. align attribute is used in variety of tags, like p, heading, table, tr, td, img, div, embed, object and more tags. align attribute in paragraph (p) tag takes four values, left, center, right and justify. Example code: <html> <head> <title>HTML attributes</title> </head> <body> <h1 align="center">Heading one</h1> </body> </html> ======================================================== Follow the link for next video: https://youtu.be/Qy_VX9j4SV8 Follow the link for previous video: https://youtu.be/FSrVNvLyDdk ========= For more benefits & Be up to date =================== Subscribe to "chidres tech tutorials" channel: it's free Visit to Chidre's Tech Tutorials website: https://www.chidrestechtutorials.com Like the Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/ManjunathChidre ======================================================== ========== HTML Questions & Answers ====================== ========================================================
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