Usually we keep all the images in a separate directory. So let's keep HTML file test.htm in our home directory and create a subdirectory images inside the home directory where we will keep our image test.png. Example. Assuming our image location is "image/test.png", try the following example −
HTML file upload example. Here is an example of File Upload in html. In this program we have displayed three "text field" and one "Browse file" option. We have also used Reset button and Save button. We have used Reset button that resets all fields to blank and we have used Save button that adds the data and display it on the screen.
The basic idea behind creating image map is to provide an easy way of linking various parts of an image without dividing it into separate image files. For example, a map of the world may have each country hyperlinked to further information about that country. Let's try out a simple example to understand how it actually works: Microsoft Word Binary File Format The .doc format is native to Microsoft Word. Other word processors, such as OpenOffice Writer, IBM Lotus Symphony and Apple Pages can create and read .doc files, but with some limitations. .doc stands for DOCument file. A .doc file can contain text (formated), images, tables, graphs, charts.
Example HTML Document. The following text should be typed in to a local file on a system which is equipped with a Web browser.
A Simple HTML Document
This is a very simple HTML document
It only has two paragraphs. When authoring a Web/HTML document there are several stages which will be repeated time and time again.
Rules defined in internal style sheet overrides the rules defined in an external CSS file. Example. Let's re-write above example once again, but here we will write style sheet rules in the same HTML document using