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HTML data attribute

The HTML data global attribute, introduced in HTML 5, is used to embed custom data to the HTML elements.

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C# Nullable types

In C# 2.0, a special datatype known as nullable was introduced. This allows you to assign null to value type variables.

Detect the start and end of CSS animations with JavaScript 0

Detect the start and end of CSS animations with JavaScript

With JavaScript, it possible to detect the events (start, restart and end) of CSS animations. This is useful if want to perform some actions based on the animation state.

Creating a pulse effect using CSS 0

Creating a pulse effect using CSS

A pulse effect is one of the simplest ways to draw the attention of the user to a particular element. This article is about creating a simple pulse effect using CSS.

How to create typing effect using CSS 0

How to create typing effect using CSS

This post is about creating a simple typing effect using HTML and CSS. To stay basic, we’ll not be using JavaScript in this tutorial.

What is WYSIWYG? 0

What is WYSIWYG?

WYSIWYG is an acronym for What You See Is What You Get. A WYSIWYG editor or application enables you to see what the result will look like while the document is being created.

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Creating a responsive counter section

In my previous post, I showed how to create an animated number counter. In this article, we’ll learn to create a responsive counter section on your web page.

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CSS column-count

The CSS column-count property is used to split the content of an element into the specified number of columns.

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CSS float

The CSS float property is used to place an element on the left or right side of the parent container.

Generating random number in JavaScript 0

Generating random number in JavaScript

In JavaScript, you can generate a random number using the random() method. This method returns a number between 0 and 1 (including 0).