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HTML5 <a> tag: Basic Exercises, Practice, Solution

[An editor is available at the bottom of the page to write and execute the scripts.]

2. Create a hyperlink with in a document.
Sample link: example.com.

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Attributes (link tag)

a. Download a file when clicking on the link.
Sample file name and path : www.w3resource.com/images/w3resourcelogo.gif

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b. Specify the language of the document in a given link.
Sample link : <a href="http://https://www.w3resource.com">w3resource</a>

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c. How to create a hyperlink to take you to another part of the same HTML document?

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d. Create a link with a media attribute.

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e. Create a nofollow link.

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f. How to open a linked document in a separate browser tab?

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g. What shall be the correct value of the media attribute of a hyperlink which points to an HTML document?.

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HTML-CSS: Tips of the Day

Expand a div to fill the remaining width

The solution to this is actually very easy, but not at all obvious. You have to trigger something called a "block formatting context" (BFC), which interacts with floats in a specific way.

Just take that second div, remove the float, and give it overflow:hidden instead. Any overflow value other than visible makes the block it's set on become a BFC. BFCs don't allow descendant floats to escape them, nor do they allow sibling/ancestor floats to intrude into them. The net effect here is that the floated div will do its thing, then the second div will be an ordinary block, taking up all available width except that occupied by the float.

This should work across all current browsers, though you may have to trigger hasLayout in IE6 and 7. I can't recall.

Demos:

  • Fixed Left: http://jsfiddle.net/A8zLY/5/
  • Fixed Right: http://jsfiddle.net/A8zLY/2/
div {
  float: left;
}

.second {
  background: #ccc;
  float: none;
  overflow: hidden;
} 
<div>Tree</div>
<div class="second">View</div>