HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the predominant markup language used for creating web pages.

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Any one please help me to bypass the Captcha by coding

I want bypass the captcha from this indian visa website :http://indianvisa-bangladesh.nic.in/visa/index.html, any one please help me by coding. Thanks
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How to generate jasper report as accordance to user request?

I have created a table as my jasper report which holds more than one million arsenic data with various arsenic levels. My requirement of my project is: [1] User should give inputs through simple html ...
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Custom mobile template for Blogger

I used a non mobile friendly template in my Blogger blog, my template doesn't adapt to mobile devices at all but I don't want to change it now and I don't want to use Blogger's mobile templates either,...
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google maps API key for clients

Google API key is now required for new websites even for a single map embed. How are you going to handle this? I guess the correct way should be to ask a client to create his google API key and send ...
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Is it possible to download a section of a HTML file programmatically?

Can one define a section of an HTML webpage to download (typically using HTTP), instead of the whole file, and utilize this in a program to save bandwidth? For example, in C# (but I guess the language ...
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Guessing HTML vs Plain Text and Entity Reference Character in HTML [migrated]

Input supplied as Text # Python 2.7 >>> bs4.BeautifulSoup("H&W Insurance") <html><body><p>H&amp;W Insurance</p></body></html> # Python 3.5.2 >&...
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Manipulating DOM via script or rebuild website - which is better?

Let's assume you want to change what user sees on the website. There are two ways to do that: a) manipulate the DOM via JavaScript, but user has to download whole script, with possibility he may not ...
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Do i have to make all my website PHP with embedded HTML to make a good secure website?

I see all websites (THE big ones) make both PHP and HTML in same page .. Do I need to make all my website pages as PHP and embedded HTML inside it ? Can't I make the website all as HTML Pages and PHP ...
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Converting dynamic webpage into static

I am working on a project in which I need to take a dynamic website like adobe spark - https://spark.adobe.com/gallery/gallery-editors-choice/example/maggie-to-monte/ and create a static html+css page ...
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Php-mysql injection

<?php error_reporting(E_ALL); //ini_set('display_errors', 1); $db_server = "localhost"; $db_name = "2"; $db_user = "root"; $db_passwd = ""; $connection = mysql_connect($db_server,$db_user,$...
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How to incoporate jQuery UI into ASP.NET MVC 5 project that is on an offline system? [closed]

I am having some issues trying to incorporate jQuery UI into my project. I cannot use Nuget or anything else that goes to the internet, so I have downloaded the development package from the jQuery UI ...
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Android Studio, HTML and Java Correlation

I've recently started designing apps in Android Studio, and I've noticed that the same operations (for example, using a widget) can be completed by either going into the activityname_java file and ...
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Connecting an HTML form to a Java program [closed]

I would like to create a front-end interface in HTML that interacts with a Java program via an HTML form. I would like to be able to publish this project on the Internet. In other words, the text ...
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Developing a simple HTML exercises with JavaScript [closed]

I'm developing a website with some simple HTML exercises (like the ones in Codeschool and Codacademy), and now I'm stuck at the correction phase, how can I compare two HTML strings and decide if the ...
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Why is it bad to use inline styling in HTML for generic styles?

Given <div> <textarea></textarea> </div> Why is this <div> <textarea class="width90"></textarea> </div> .width90{ width:90%; } any ...
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Client wants browser's back button to work on a website doing AJAX calls

I'm currently working with a client's website in which we are using ajax calls to show the content of the pages, we are doing this in a single div and obviously you don't move from the index. My ...
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Is there any situation where there is a good reason to use an anchor <a> element without a href attribute?

I recently came across a website that contained an anchor element without a href attribute. I immediately thought that was stupid, but, could there be an actual situation where having an anchor ...
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Are there any reasons not to ever use classes or ids anymore?

I sort of understand unobtrusive javascript. Even in my CSS now I hardly ever use classes or id's because I like clean, easy to read, uncluttered html files. For example, why use this: <body id="...
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Merging dynamically created data with an HTML template

I have a C# application where I'd like to present information that is accumulated in memory from an embedded system in the form of an HTML page in a near real-time manner. As a proof of concept I've ...
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Best practice for storing external text to then place in html

Sorry if I'm not explaining the question well in the title, I'm not sure of the correct lingo. Let me give you an example instead. So this is a normal HTML file. <span>Well to the site!</...
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Why does :nth-child() in CSS start from 1 instead of 0?

Why does :nth-child() iterate from one instead of zero? As shown in this example. Why does it select the first element and not the second when p :nth-child(1)
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What type of encoding does wikipedia use?

I have the wikipedia data dump and trying to decode special characters in the page titles, except a lot of characters don't match up the "standard" ascii encoding (referencing from here.) As an ...
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How do I make such a page that opens different link in web (PC) and different in mobile (phones)?

I am building a website that looks beautiful in Web but worst in mobiles. I want to build the same site but different designing for mobile. Whenever user opens site.com then it auto redirect to m.site....
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Should I use <table> or <div>? [closed]

I am making a time-sheet portion of a website and I was wondering if using to create the time-sheet portion is an appropriate usage of table or would div be a better use?
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HTML Encoding - XSS protection

My general rule for web development is that the server encodes HTML tags in any user-generated input when it is first submitted to prevent XSS. However recently someone suggested that instead of ...
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How to effectively log while avoiding a bottleneck

I have a fuzzer for x86 Internet Explorer (in HTML) that I've heavily modified to have reproducible, determinisitic crashes (so that I may perform root cause analysis faster). I'm attempting to ...
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Javascript and HTML decoupling

Based on the following snippet HTML <table id="example" class="display" cellspacing="0" width="100%"> <thead> <tr> <th>Name</th> <th>Position</th> &...
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How is rendering a Word document different from rendering a website? [closed]

Now, it doesn't necessarily have to be Word — for ease of comparison, let's use ODT, which is based on XML — which is pretty similar to HTML. That would, to my mind, make rendering an ODT ...
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Generating dual .xlsx files and .htm pages of the same data

Here are my requirements: Generate Excel reports for users, attaching them to emails Additionally, insert hyperlinks into those emails where the user can view the same report on a web page. I have ...
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Will Web Components in HTML Add Too Much Complexity? [closed]

The way I've been accustomed to User Interfaces is to see everything as a div. Where a div is essentially a box and they can be stylized in CSS. <div class='container'> <div class='...
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Is there a standardized practice for ordering attributes in HTML tags?

Thanks for looking. I am working on an AngularJS project and the attributes are numerous in many of my HTML elements: <button type="submit" ng-click="Page.UI.DetailView.ExecuteFunction()" ng-...
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How can I properly classify elements?

I'm writing a webpage with a simple header, nav, body and footer layout. To style it, I wrote the following CSS: .mainSideBar { position: relative; display: inline-block; vertical-align: ...
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Comparing two large strings to see how much they match [duplicate]

Is there an easy way of comparing any two different size of string text to see how much percentage they're alike? I'm trying this but I'm running into to this issue below. The left text area is the ...
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Is there any danger in rendering user-entered HTML and can it be mitigated?

I'm guessing the answer is no because there's quite a few examples, including right here. If I let users submit their own HTML text and then render it side by side, what could the user do that would ...
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How does postback url works in campaign tracking systems?

my question is theoretical, a vague idea or some sort of algorithm will be great. I am building an advertising campaign tracker web app for a friend, yet i am kinda lost, i cant figure out how the ...
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Shopping cart in PHP : Sessions or Database? [closed]

I am currently developing a simple shopping cart using PHP & HTML. I've been having troubles with using the SESSIONS in Php like: Sessions not continuing when I switch pages even though I ...
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Turning an HTML template into a Django template

When you purchase an HTML template, usually everything is mixed in together... html, css, images and js. An example template may look like this: account.html category.html contact.html /fonts /img ...
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Would it be possible to transfer an HTML file using a protocol different from HTTP?

I am reading about internet and stuff and just learned that web pages are really just HTML files. Also, I have learned that HTTP is just a transfer protocol. So my question is, would it be possible ...
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How http-caching works with form element?

As per MDN, the attributes only supported by form element are: accept-charset, action, autocomplete, enctype, method, name, novalidate and target. With the help of http response header properties ...
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develop crossplatform GUI based DESKTOP application with HTML5/CSS [closed]

I'm experienced wed developer doing stuff for web for a several years. But now my customer need to build crossplatform ETL tool which he want to ship to his clients. And will be much easier if it will ...
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Are facilities that generate HTML for you, considered harmful? [closed]

I will approach this from two directions (+ raw HTML itself being de-facto third) Proprietary HTML-generating code Code generating facilities provided by a popular library Proprietary HTML-...
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PHP MySQL unique user data [closed]

I'm trying to create a php website that users log into and they can submit data to a MySQL database. How do I make it so the users can only see data they've submitted and not everyone else's data? ...
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Correct way of running methods from frontend in an OOP framework

If I have a link to change language of my website, where should that link lead in order to execute a PHP command, specifically in Codeigniter framework? I am interested in the most recommended, DRY ...
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Is the `<table>` tag and `display:table` a functional or a layout directive?

Background I've always disliked the idea of using the CSS property of display:table. Using it feels like an ugly hack and I always prefer to use a direct <table> tag instead. Of course, I use ...
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Is there anything wrong with putting comments in an HTML closing tag?

I often write comments like this <div id="wrapper"> ... </div> <!-- id="wrapper" --> But what if I wrote them like this? <div id="wrapper"> ... </div id="wrapper"> ...
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Best Practices: URL Path Parameters [closed]

What's the current best practice around path parameters in URLs? For instance /artist/name A long time ago I might have made artist.html and then passed in a query parameter /artist.html?name=name ...
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How should I test the HTML output my class creates?

As a learning project, I am trying to create something similar to the WebGrid that comes with ASP.NET MVC. Now this component MyGrid<T> looks like this: public class MyGrid<T> where T : ...
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Should I Include PHP code in HTML or HTML in PHP?

What is the best practice, to write my PHP code inside my HTML code or HTML inside PHP? PHP inside HMTL: <p class="lead">Welcome to the <?= COMPANY_NAME ?> website.</p> HTML ...
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Javascript Password Security [closed]

I am having difficulty with the answer provided here, but I couldn't understand how to implement it. My code is pretty much identical: <script language="javascript"> function check(form) { ...
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Is localStorage under The Cookie Law?

I'd like to avoid having the cookies banner on my websites where possible. Could I store session id's in localStorage to bypass implementing the banner?