A webpage basically can be created using the HTML elements. However, certain characters cannot be typed directly into an HTML document because these characters are reserved for use as HTML elements. The most obvious examples are the > and < signs, they are reserved for the start tags and end tags of the HTML elements. To overcome the issue, HTML provides character entity reference in the form of &code;. For example, to show the > sign on the webpage, we use < and for the & sign, we use &
We can customise a table in CSS using its various properties. For example, we can use the width property to adjust the width of a table. Learn how to customise tables in our newest lesson by following the link below:
We can customise ordered lists and unordered lists using CSS.
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HTML5 introduces many new elements that are used to separate a webpage into different sections.