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Top HTML Interview Questions | Part 3

Hello viewers and welcome to my YouTube channel! In this video, we will be discussing the third part of our series, ‘Top HTML Interview Questions.’ If you haven’t already, please make sure to watch the first two videos of this series. This is because they cover some important interview questions. We will be diving into even more crucial HTML interview questions in this video. So be sure to stay tuned and take notes. Let’s get started!!

What is the difference between the id and class attributes in HTML?

The key difference between the id and class attributes in HTML is that the id attribute identifies a unique element on the page, while the class attribute identifies a group of similar elements.

The id attribute is used to uniquely identify a particular element on the page, and can only be assigned to one element per page. It is commonly used for JavaScript and CSS manipulation, as it allows developers to easily target and manipulate specific elements on the page.

On the other hand, the class attribute is used to identify a group of elements that share similar characteristics, such as styling or behavior. It can be assigned to multiple elements on a page, allowing developers to apply styles or functionality to multiple elements at once.

What are the different types of lists in HTML?

Ordered Lists: An ordered list is a numbered list of items. Each item in the list is preceded by a number, starting with 1 by default. To create an ordered list, use the <ol> tag and wrap each list item in <li> tags.

Unordered Lists: An unordered list is a list of items that is not numbered. Each item in the list is preceded by a bullet point by default. To create an unordered list, use the <ul> tag and wrap each list item in <li> tags.

Definition Lists: A definition list is a list of terms and their definitions. Each item in the list consists of a term followed by its definition. To create a definition list, use the <dl> tag and wrap each term in <dt> tags and its definition in <dd> tags

Is HTML case sensitive?

No, HTML is not case sensitive. HTML tags, attributes, and attribute values are not case sensitive. This means that you can write them in uppercase, lowercase, or a combination of both.

For example, <div>, <DIV>, and <DiV> are all considered the same and will be interpreted as the <div> tag by the browser. However, it is a best practice to use lowercase for HTML tags and attributes to enhance code readability and maintain consistency. On the other hand, the content within HTML elements, such as text, is case sensitive and will be displayed as entered.

What is the difference between anchor tag and link tag?

Anchor tag: The anchor tag is used to create a hyperlink in HTML that links to another web page or a specific location on the same web page. When a user clicks on an anchor tag, it takes them to the URL specified in the href attribute of the tag.

Link tag: The link tag is used to link external resources to an HTML document. This can include stylesheets, icons, or other files that are necessary for the web page to function properly. The link tag is usually placed in the <head> section of the HTML document.

You can check out the examples here:

So, the key difference between the anchor tag and the link tag is that the anchor tag creates a hyperlink to another web page or a specific location on the same web page, while the link tag links external resources, such as stylesheets or other files, to an HTML document.

How do you create table in HTML?

To create a table in HTML, you can use the <table> tag, along with other tags such as <tr> for table rows, <th> for table headers, and <td> for table cells. Here’s an example code snippet that creates a basic table with two rows and two columns:

In this example, the <table> tag defines the start of the table, while each row is defined using the <tr> tag. Within each row, you can define the header cells using the <th> tag, and regular cells using the <td> tag.

Thank you for tuning in to this video on ‘Top HTML Interview Questions.’ I hope you found the information helpful and informative. Don’t forget to hit the like button if you enjoyed the video and subscribe to our channel for more useful content.

I will be back with more videos in this series. So please let  me know in the comments section below what topics or questions you would like us to cover in the next video. I appreciate your feedback. And I am always striving to provide you with the most relevant and up-to-date information on HTML. Until next time, take care and keep learning!



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