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Special Symbols

Special Symbols

Media Queries Abstract HTML4 and CSS2 currently support media-dependent style sheets tailored for different media types. For example, a document may use sans-serif fonts when displayed on a screen and serif fonts when printed. ‘screen’ and ‘print’ are two media types that have been defined. Media queries extend the functionality of media types by allowing more precise labeling of style sheets. A media query consists of a media type and zero or more expressions that check for the conditions of particular media features. Status of This Document This section describes the status of this document at the time of its publication. A W3C Recommendation is a mature document that has been widely reviewed and has been shown to be implementable. This document has been reviewed by W3C Members, by software developers, and by other W3C groups and interested parties, and is endorsed by the Director as a W3C Recommendation. Please see the Working Group's implementation report and the Media Queries Test Suite. 1. 3. 5.

HTML Special Symbols | Sabina Nore The HTML codes listed on this page are only relevant for designers and developers. If you want to add any of these symbols to FaceBook, Twitter, etc., then you don’t need the HTML code. Instead, copy the symbol itself, and paste it where you need it. Star Symbols in HTML Symbol HTML code ✢ 4 Tear-drop asterisk ✣ 4 Balloon asterisk ✥ Club asterisk ✤ 4 Balloon asterisk heavy ✦ 4-pointed star black ✧ 4-pointed star white ✩ Stress outlined star ✪ Circled white star ✫ Open center black star ✬ Black center white star ✭ Black star outlined ✮ Black star outlined heavy ✯ Pinwheel star ✰ White star shadowed ✱ Asterisk heavy ✲ Open center asterisk ✳ 8-spoked asterisk ✴ 8-pointed black star ✵ 8-pointed pinwheel star ✶ 6-pointed black star ✷ 8-p. rectilinear ✸ 8-p. rectilinear heavy ✹ 12-p. black star ✺ 16-p. asterisk ✻ Teardrop-spoked ast. ✼ Open center t-s. ast. ✽ Heavy t-s. ast. ✾ 6-p. b&w florette ✿ Black florette ❀ White florette ❁ 8-p. outlined bl. florette ❂ 8-p. circled o.c. star ❃ Heavy t-s. pinwheel ❄ Snowflake ❇ Sparkle ®

Die Homepage für die Homepage SELFHTML 8.1.2 (HTML-Dateien selbst erstellen) Aus SELFHTML-Wiki Wechseln zu: Navigation, Suche Inhaltsverzeichnis Einstieg Wie fange ich an? Frage im SELFHTML-Forum stellen‽ JavaScript Vollständiges Inhaltsverzeichnis anzeigen SELFHTML e.V. Forum Wiki Abgerufen von „ Kategorie: Portal Navigationsmenü Meine Werkzeuge Namensräume Varianten Ansichten Mehr Übersicht offline-wiki Installieren Mitmachen Werkzeuge Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 2. HTML Tutorial - Lesson 10 <h2>So, you want to make a Web Page! - Lesson 10</h2> Let's get into putting images into a web page. We're going to use this one. Right click to save it off this page. Save it as chef.gif to the same directory you previously saved page1.html. You specify an image with the <img> tag... We must also specify the source and the size. FAQ: How do I find out the width and height of an image? A: Well, there are a couple different ways. Another very popular graphics editor is Paint Shop Pro. Another method is to use a text or html editor that imports the size when you insert the image. I told you NoteTab was my favorite! Let me make the point that not only does the source specify what image, it also specifies where is the image. There is another way that this can be done. Why, you ask, does it make so much more sense to use relative (partial) URLs as opposed to absolute (complete) URLs?? Is there ever a reason to use an absolute URL?

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