It is very easy to count DOM-Elements within a HTML-file by using jquery. Here is a little example:
Normally a HTML-list is displayed vertically, which means that each entry is below the previous entry. But for some reasons you might want to display the list vertically, e.g. for a menubar. Here is a simple way to do that. Continue reading Display A HTML-List Horizontally
If you start in internet-business, and want to build your first website, there are some things, you should think about before you start. Especially if you are completely new to website-building. Here is a (uncomplete) checklist with some points to Continue reading Checklist For Your First Website
If you want to format your links using icons, you can achieve this through CSS. In addition to the actual link then an icon is displayed next to the link.
When creating HTML pages, it can always happen, that you include images into a page that can not be displayed. There are several reasons for this, for example when there is a typo in the source code or the image Continue reading How To Load A Default Image In HTML, If Image Is Not Found
If you have long lists of data displayed as tables, it may be a bit confusing to read a line across its columns. But there is an easy way to make your tables more readable. Just alter the background-colour of Continue reading How To Alter Background Colours Of HTML Table Rows With jQuery
In HTML there are several ways to show lists. You can use ordered lists ( <ol> Tag), which prefixes each item with a continous number. You can also use unordered lists, which prefix each item with a bullet point by Continue reading Format Bullet Points in HTML Unordered Lists