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  • HTML Link Editor
    to generate an HTML link for your website Understanding the Toolbar If you have trouble understanding the buttons on the toolbar just hover over the button a tooltip will pop up In case you don t see the tooltip here s what the icons stand for in order of the icons Link Creates a hyperlink to a URL email address or an anchor within the same page Unlink Unlinks an existing link Simply select an existing link and click this button Anchor This enables you to link to another part of the same web page It requires the following steps Place the cursor at the point in the web page that you d like the anchor i e the point to where the browser will jump to after the user clicks a link Click the Anchor button Create a name for the anchor i e anchor1 or preferrably something more descriptive Once you ve created the anchor you can now link to that anchor anywhere else in the page To do this Highlight some text at another point in the document usually prior to the anchor Click the Link button Set the Link Type to Link to anchor in the text Use the drop down menu to select the name of your anchor eg anchor1 That s all it takes When you view the source code you ll see the anchor has been created and the link to the anchor has been created Source Code Displays the HTML code created by the generator HTML Link Codes You may also be interested in these copy paste HTML link codes About The Online HTML Editors The online HTML editors on this website are known as CKEditor which can be downloaded from the CKEditor website It is distributed under the GPL LGPL and

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  • Image Code Editor
    enable JavaScript or use a browser that supports JavaScript Sample image Instructions Click in this space where you want an image to appear feel free to replace this text and or the above image of course Use the above toolbar create the image code You will need the URL of the image eg http yoursite com images image name gif Use the Source button to view the HTML code You can then copy paste the code into your own website or blog There that s all it takes to generate HTML image code for your website Understanding the Toolbar If you have trouble understanding the buttons on the toolbar just hover over the button a tooltip will pop up In case you don t see the tooltip here s what the icons stand for in order of the icons Insert Image Creates the image code required to display an image within the HTML page You need to supply the URL of an image eg http yoursite com images image name gif You can also use this editor to link your image so that users will be directed to another web page or a larger version of the image when they click on it Source Code Displays the HTML code created by the generator About The Online HTML Editors The online HTML editors on this website are known as CKEditor which can be downloaded from the CKEditor website It is distributed under the GPL LGPL and MPL open source licences HTML Tutorial HTML Templates HTML Codes Text Code Table Code Link Code Image Code Color Code Background Code Marquee Code Form Code Textbox Code Scrollbox Code Character Codes HTML Editors HTML Editor HTML Text Editor HTML Bold Editor Text Color Editor HTML Link Editor Image Code Editor HTML Generators HTML Reference

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  • HTML Tags
    or page This tag was introduced in HTML5 NEW form Represents a form h1 Represents a heading level 1 h2 Represents a heading level 2 h3 Represents a heading level 3 h4 Represents a heading level 4 h5 Represents a heading level 5 h6 Represents a heading level 6 head Represents information about the document header Represents a group of introductory or navigational aids including hgroup elements This tag was introduced in HTML5 NEW hgroup Represents a header for a section or page Note that this element has been dropped from the W3C HTML5 specification but it is still included in the WHATWG HTML Living Standard NEW hr Represents a horizontal rule html Represents an html document i Represents italic text iframe Represents an inline sub window frame img Represents an image input Represents an input field ins Represents inserted text kbd Represents keyboard text keygen Generates a key pair NEW label Represents a label for a form control legend Represents a title in a fieldset li Represents a list item link Represents a resource reference main Represents the main content area of an HTML document This tag is new in HTML5 NEW map Represents an image map mark Represents marked text This tag was introduced in HTML5 NEW menu Represents a menu list menuitem Represents a command that a user can invoke from a popup menu The menuitem tag was introduced in HTML5 NEW meta Represents meta information meter Represents measurement within a predefined range This element is new in HTML5 NEW nav Represents navigation links This tag was introduced in HTML5 NEW noscript Represents a noscript section object Represents an embedded object ol Represents an ordered list optgroup Represents an option group option Represents an option in a drop down list output Represents some types of output The output element was introduced in HTML5 NEW p Represents a paragraph param Represents a parameter for an object pre Represents preformatted text progress Represents progress of a task of any kind This element was introduced in HTML5 NEW q Represents a short quotation rb Marks the base text component of a ruby annotation This tag is new in HTML5 NEW rp Used for the benefit of browsers that don t support ruby annotations This element was introduced in HTML5 NEW rt Represents the ruby text component of a ruby annotation This element was introduced in HTML5 NEW rtc Marks the ruby text container for ruby text components in a ruby annotation This element is new in HTML5 NEW ruby Represents a ruby annotation used in East Asian typography The ruby element was introduced in HTML5 NEW s Indicates text that s no longer accurate or relevant samp Represents sample computer code script Represents a script section Represents a section This tag is new in HTML5 NEW select Represents a selectable list small Represents small text source Represents media resources This HTML element is new in HTML5 NEW span Represents a section in a document strong Represents strong text style Represents

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  • HTML <article> Tag
    by spaces The itemid attribute can only be present in elements that include both the itemscope and the itemtype attributes as long as the itemtype attribute specifies a vocabulary that supports global identifiers for items as defined by that vocabulary s specification itemprop This attribute provides one or more properties to one or more items Although this attribute is optional if used it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive representing the names of the name value pairs that it adds The attribute s value must have at least one token Each token must be one of the following A valid URL that is an absolute URL or If the item is a typed item a defined property name allowed in this situation according to the specification that defines the relevant types for the item or If the item is not a typed item a string that contains no U 002E FULL STOP characters and no U 003A COLON characters Also Specifications that introduce defined property names that are not absolute URLs must ensure all such property names contain no U 002E FULL STOP characters no U 003A COLON characters and no space characters itemref This attribute is used in conjunction with the itemscope attribute the itemref attribute provides a list of additional elements to crawl to find the name value pairs of the item Although the itemref attribute is optional if specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive consisting of IDs of elements in the same home subtree Also the itemref can only be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this article element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this article tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this article element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular article element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool tip Possible values Any text to be displayed as a tool tip translate Determines whether the element s attribute values and the values of its Text node children are to be translated when the page is localized or whether to leave them unchanged The translate attribute is an enumerated attribute and may contain the following possible values Empty String yes no If the translate attribute is provided but its value is missing or is invalid the element will inherit its value from its parent element Event Handler Content Attributes The article tag also accepts the event handler content attributes listed below An event handler content attribute is an attribute for a specific event handler The name of the content attribute is the same as the name of the event handler Event handlers are commonly used to extend the functionality of an HTML element By using any of the event handler content attributes below you can tell the browser to run a specific script and when to run it For example by using onclick you tell the browser to run a piece of JavaScript whenever someone clicks on the element The JavaScript needs to be inserted between the double quotes This is typically a small piece of JavaScript that simply calls a JavaScript function that has been defined elsewhere Here are the event handler content attributes that can be used with the article element Attribute Description onabort Invoked when an event has been aborted For example the browser stops fetching media data before it is completely downloaded onblur User has left the focus of the element oncancel cancel event handler oncanplay Invoked when the browser user agent can start playing media but hasn t yet due to buffering In other words if playback were to begin now it wouldn t play right to the end due to the current playback rate it would need to

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  • HTML <audio> Tag
    The value must match the name of the id you wish to use inert This is a boolean attribute that indicates that the element is to be made inert This means that the browser user agent acts as though this audio element is not there even though it may still display the element For example a block of text that has been marked with the inert attribute may not be searchable when the user attempts a browser text search eg Find in page or similar The text may not be able to be targetted for user interaction events such as mouseover etc and the user may not be able to select the block of text However the text is still displayed The inert attribute is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either inert or inert inert Possible values Empty string inert itemid The itemid provides a global identifier for an item This attribute is optional however if it is provided it must have a value that is a valid URL potentially surrounded by spaces The itemid attribute can only be present in elements that include both the itemscope and the itemtype attributes as long as the itemtype attribute specifies a vocabulary that supports global identifiers for items as defined by that vocabulary s specification itemprop This attribute provides one or more properties to one or more items Although this attribute is optional if used it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive representing the names of the name value pairs that it adds The attribute s value must have at least one token Each token must be one of the following A valid URL that is an absolute URL or If the item is a typed item a defined property name allowed in this situation according to the specification that defines the relevant types for the item or If the item is not a typed item a string that contains no U 002E FULL STOP characters and no U 003A COLON characters Also Specifications that introduce defined property names that are not absolute URLs must ensure all such property names contain no U 002E FULL STOP characters no U 003A COLON characters and no space characters itemref This attribute is used in conjunction with the itemscope attribute the itemref attribute provides a list of additional elements to crawl to find the name value pairs of the item Although the itemref attribute is optional if specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive consisting of IDs of elements in the same home subtree Also the itemref can only be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this audio element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this audio tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this audio element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular audio element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool tip Possible values Any text to be displayed as a tool tip translate Determines whether the element s attribute values and the values of its Text node children are to be translated when the page is localized or whether to leave them unchanged The translate attribute is an enumerated attribute and may contain the following possible values Empty String yes no If the translate attribute is provided but its value is missing or is invalid the element will inherit its value from its parent element Event Handler Content Attributes The audio tag also accepts the event handler content attributes listed below An event handler content attribute is an

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  • HTML <canvas> Tag
    either inert or inert inert Possible values Empty string inert itemid The itemid provides a global identifier for an item This attribute is optional however if it is provided it must have a value that is a valid URL potentially surrounded by spaces The itemid attribute can only be present in elements that include both the itemscope and the itemtype attributes as long as the itemtype attribute specifies a vocabulary that supports global identifiers for items as defined by that vocabulary s specification itemprop This attribute provides one or more properties to one or more items Although this attribute is optional if used it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive representing the names of the name value pairs that it adds The attribute s value must have at least one token Each token must be one of the following A valid URL that is an absolute URL or If the item is a typed item a defined property name allowed in this situation according to the specification that defines the relevant types for the item or If the item is not a typed item a string that contains no U 002E FULL STOP characters and no U 003A COLON characters Also Specifications that introduce defined property names that are not absolute URLs must ensure all such property names contain no U 002E FULL STOP characters no U 003A COLON characters and no space characters itemref This attribute is used in conjunction with the itemscope attribute the itemref attribute provides a list of additional elements to crawl to find the name value pairs of the item Although the itemref attribute is optional if specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive consisting of IDs of elements in the same home subtree Also the itemref can only be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this canvas element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this canvas tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this canvas element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular canvas element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool tip Possible values Any text to be displayed as a tool tip translate Determines whether the element s attribute values and the values of its Text node children are to be translated when the page is localized or whether to leave them unchanged The translate attribute is an enumerated attribute and may contain the following possible values Empty String yes no If the translate attribute is provided but its value is missing or is invalid the element will inherit its value from its parent element Event Handler Content Attributes The canvas tag also accepts the event handler content attributes listed below An event handler content attribute is an attribute for a specific event handler The name of the content attribute is the same as the name of the event handler Event handlers are commonly used to extend the functionality of an HTML element By using any of the event handler content attributes below you can tell the browser to run a specific script and when to run it For example by using onclick you tell the browser to run a piece of JavaScript whenever someone clicks on the element The JavaScript needs to be inserted between the double quotes This is typically a small piece of JavaScript that simply calls a JavaScript function that has been defined elsewhere Here are the event handler content attributes that can be used with the canvas element Attribute Description onabort Invoked when an event has been aborted For example the browser stops fetching media data before it is completely downloaded onblur User has left the focus of the element oncancel cancel event handler oncanplay Invoked when the

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  • HTML 5 <footer> Tag
    be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this footer element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this footer tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this footer element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular footer element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool tip Possible values Any text to be displayed as a tool tip translate Determines whether the element s attribute values and the values of its Text node children are to be translated when the page is localized or whether to leave them unchanged The translate attribute is an enumerated attribute and may contain the following possible values Empty String yes no If the translate attribute is provided but its value is missing or is invalid the element will inherit its value from its parent element Event Handler Content Attributes The footer tag

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  • HTML <header> Tag
    used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this header element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this header tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this header element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular header element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool tip Possible values Any text to be displayed as a tool tip translate Determines whether the element s attribute values and the values of its Text node children are to be translated when the page is localized or whether to leave them unchanged The translate attribute is an enumerated attribute and may contain the following possible values Empty String yes no If the translate attribute is provided but its value is missing or is invalid the element will inherit its value from its parent element Event Handler Content Attributes The header tag also

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