What Is Semantic HTML

What Is Semantic HTML

Web developers may use a combination of non-semantic HTML and Semantic HTML when building websites. The word semantic means “relating to meaning,” so semantic HTML tags give us information about the content between the opening and closing tags. By putting Semantic HTML to use, we can use HTML elements based on their meaning, not on how they are presented. HTML tags like <div> and <span> are not semantic elements since they provide no context as to what is inside of those tags.…

What Are HTML Tables

What Are HTML Tables

Tables in HTML are a great tool for displaying information that is tabular in nature. This includes things like sports scores, invoice data, stock prices, and so on. Many websites on the Internet continue to use HTML tables because they are very efficient at organizing data in a visually pleasing way. While tabular data can also be displayed nicely using div elements and creative CSS styling, good old HTML tables keep things simple and effective when you need to quickly present tabular data.…

How To Structure An HTML Page

How To Structure An HTML Page

Structuring an HTML page is an exercise in using the basic HTML tags available to you in order to provide structure and insert content in HTML markup. Some HTML tags have a specific purpose like image tags, but most of the HTML tags are used to structure the page and describe the content that they surround. In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at when and how to use these basic HTML Elements to successfully structure our web page.…

How To Write HTML Code

How To Write HTML Code

The first step to building a website is learning HTML. HTML is really important because it is the skeleton of all web pages. HTML provides structure to the content on a website, including text, images, buttons, videos, and links. When you are first learning to code, HTML is a great place to start your learning journey. IT is possible to build basic websites after learning some basic HTML, with text, images, and videos.…

How To Use Express Middleware

Middleware is a technique that allows software developers to make specific code run anytime an Express route is called. The middleware pattern makes it possible to execute code between a server receiving a request and sending a response. Hence the name Middleware, as it lives in the middle. Express uses middleware to apply behavior to request and response objects. Express middleware can do things like attach information to a response, inspect a request, pass a request and response to a different middleware, or perform some other logic.…

What Is express.Router() For

Express Routers are a way to organize your Express application such that your primary app.js file does not become bloated and difficult to reason about. As you’re building an Express application or API, you’ll soon notice that the routes continue to pile up in app.js. This makes the file quite long and hard to read. As we add functionality to an application, this file would get long and cumbersome.…

How To Setup Express Routes

How To Setup Express Routes

JavaScript is the language of the web and you are likely familiar with it running in all of your favorite web browsers. JavaScript also runs on the server via Node and in this tutorial, we’ll take a look at setting up routes in the popular Express framework. To start using Express, first, make sure Node is installed on your machine. You can check with the command node -v.…