Okay. So we have our Escape HTML function. Let’s go ahead and use it in practice. So what we’re going to do is–we’re in our write_form function– when we print out values that came from the user, we want to make sure they’re Escaped so we want to call it
The answer is no. Let’s look at our browser. When I click submit here, the URL updates just like it did before, with–this time the q parameter equals computer in our URL. Now, what’s happening here when we hit enter and press submit is that we’re actually submitting the form.
Welcome to a brief tour of the Maryland State Archives homepage. We have placed a great deal of material online and this tutorial will give you some helpful tips for finding it. To find the Maryland State Archives Homepage, please go to your internet browser and type: http://msa.maryland.gov The center
The correct answer is the URL changes to include your text. Let’s take a look at that in the browser. Okay–so here we are. We have our text in our box, and we press enter. Ah–what happened? Our URL changed, and you can see our parameter q– which was the
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Until recently, vertically centering a child element inside a parent element required absolute positioning, transforming along the y-axis, and a graduate degree in materials engineering. With Flexbox, centering is straightforward and highly effective. We’ll do this with a single element, then we’ll do it again with multiple elements, then we’ll
In this screencast, we’re going to design a heat exchanger network based on information we collected in a previous screencast with the transfer of energy between two hot streams and two cold streams, and utilities that we designated also in the last screencast. So a little background first on defining
Welcome to RoboSquidTV! I’m Kyle, and together we’re going to make beautiful websites. That’s right! This time our websites will actually be beautiful! We’ll… maybe not beautiful.. but.. We’ll get the foundation going. Welcome back if you are starting from our first video “Intro to HTML”, and hello new devs.
Hello, I’m Marcia and today I’m gonna show you how publish a website with GitLab Pages on GitLab.com. In the first part of this video, I’ll fork a repo and make it a project website. In the second part, I will show you how to make it a user or
Tabs are a great way to add responsive, tabbed content to your project. And we’re going to recreate this example in three different parts: adding tabs, adding content, and styling tabs. Let’s add our Tabs. And we can find this in our Elements Panel under Components. And when we drag