HTML - Structure of HTML Document

HTML <!DOCTYPE> Declaration:

  • <!DOCTYPE> declaration is an information to the browser about type of document to expect/to understand the version of HTML used in the document. And this <!DOCTYPE> is not an HTML tag.
  • This <!DOCTYPE> declaration is not case sensitive.
  • In HTML5, the declaration of <!DOCTYPE> is very simple.

<!DOCTYPE html>

JavaScript ES6 Enhancement

  • JavaScript was introduced as a client-side scripting language in 1995.

  • ECMAScript (European Computer Manufacturers Association Script) established a standard for scripting languages in 1997.

  • ES is a parent of many scripting languages like TypeScript, JScript, ActionScript, and JavaScript.

  • JavaScript evolved year after year with every new version of ECMAScript introducing new features.

JavaScript Statements


  • Like Every other programming language, JavaScript statements are also the line of instructions that are to be executed by the web browser.
  • In JavaScript, Every statement should be finished with a semicolon ( ; ). 
  • And these statements will be executed in sequential order, from top to bottom.

Javascript Course for Beginners

Why Javascript?
Javascript Course for Beginners

    As we all know that we can build beautiful websites using HTML and CSS. But the problem is such pages are static only which means users can just scroll up and down, click on the links. There's no interaction with the users.

    Now we can make these static pages dynamic by adding a layer of interactivity with the help of Javascript.

Introduction to HTML5


Introduction to HTML5

  • HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language.
  • HTML is used for presenting and structuring content on web pages and its standards are maintained by W3C(World wide web Consortium).
  • In general, we use HTML to build a webpage, Hyperlink, Online form, etc.,
  • HTML is case insensitive and platform-independent, the same code will run on a different OS.

Python Quiz

 This Quiz covers the basic concepts of Python

  • Basics of Python 
  • Control Structures
  • Functions
  • Collections
  • Libraries
  • Built-in functions
  • Modules and packages 
  • File and exception handling
  • Control Language (CL) Commands - Quiz

    This Quiz covers the major CL commands used in IBM iSeries/AS400.

    • CL Commands
    • Physical file
    • Logical file
    Total Questions: 10