The hover state occurs when the mouse is over the certain element of the web document. Generally, it is used for HTML links. However, the hover state also applies to the other elements like div, headings, paragraphs etc.
HTML tables can be styled with the power of CSS. You can use CSS border, padding and other properties to look table more stand out and beautiful.
The CSS display property is used to display or hide the specified HTML elements. The display property value as none makes the specified element hidden.
You might have noticed the thumbnail images attached to a blog or website on a landing page or post pages to the left or right of first paragraphs or summary of the posts.
This chapter covers the font properties. CSS font properties include the font-family, font-size, font-style, font-weight etc.
The background-image property is used to set the image as background in the HTML elements. The background images can be used in various elements like across the page (body), lists, DIVs, Paragraphs, headings, and others.
CSS comes up with many properties related to managing text in your web documents to make it look beautiful, prominent, better in readability etc.
The CSS background properties are used to apply the background styling to HTML elements. For example, in the h1 heading, you may want to use a specific color or image as a background.
The SQL Count() function returns the total count of rows for the given column in the table. The Count can also return all number of rows if ‘*’ is given in the select count statement.
This is possible to copy the table data from one table to another by using the SQL Insert into with select statement.
The insert into statement specifies the table where data needs to be copied. Whereas the select specifies where data should be copied from.