Html Table Markup Snippets


05 August, 2013   

CSS code for Big Curly Quotes Markup

10 September, 2011   

Example code showing how to add a primary constraint. This Oracle constraint is used to identify the primary key for a table. A primary key is a single field or combination of fields that uniquely defines a record. None of the fields that are part of the primary key can contain a null value. A table can have only one primary key. This...

How to get number of rows in tables of database

23 October, 2012   

MySQL code example for sorting data in a GRID

18 October, 2012   

HTML style example code for background color

26 April, 2012   

JavaScript code example for Table Row Highlight

How to Insert comments in the HTML source code

26 April, 2012   

Code for Table Row Highlight By JavaScript

24 July, 2016   

Dynamically add form fields to your forms.

If we wanted to select only certain entries of our table, then we would use the WHERE clause .

29 July, 2013   

Selecting a Random Row from Table in MySQL

09 June, 2014   

JavaScript code for click to edit a table cell inline.

17 December, 2012   

Example code for Html.ActionLink in VB.Net

21 December, 2013   

Great page for testing the style guide for a website.

09 October, 2011   

This code shows how to backup a table to a CSV file.

20 March, 2012   

HTML code example for Style HTML elements

Note that to add a new column to the query, just add in an input box to the HTML, the PHP generates an insert for each field.

29 July, 2012   

The <!-- --> stuff is the HTML comment. It is a way to add notes into the code which will not display when the HTML is rendered by the browser. In the example above, to signify which opening div tag the closing tag was actually closing.

26 January, 2011   

The <!-- --> stuff is the HTML comment. It is a way to add notes into the code which will not display when the HTML is rendered by the browser. In the example above, to signify which opening div tag the closing tag was actually closing.

17 December, 2011   

In a table, some of the columns may contain duplicate values. Sometimes you will need to list only the different (distinct) values in a table. The DISTINCT keyword can be used to return only distinct (different) values.