|type||Specifies the MIME type. This attribute is required in HTML4, but optional in HTML5.|
|async||Specifies that the script shall be executed asynchronously (only for external scripts). This attribute|
does not require any value (except of XHTML).
|defer||Specifies that the script shall be executed when the page has finished parsing (only for external scripts). This attribute does not require any value (except of XHTML).|
|chrset||Specifies the character encoding used in an external script file, e.g. UTF|
|crossorigin||How the element handles crossorigin requests|
|nonce||Cryptographic nonce used in Content Security Policy checks CSP3|
Recently, whilst working on a project I needed to take HTML FormData and then convert it to JSON to be sent off to an API. By default the FormData object does not work in the way you would want it to for JSON.
for..of syntax introduced in ECMAScript 2015, we can access the form data entries and iterate over them to get key and value pairs. This will be the verbose solution, scroll to the bottom to get the cleaner solution using
Recently in Ubuntu which I use for my hosting operating system of choice I needed to bulk change permissions on a bunch of folders and files. I needed to set permissions on folders within a WordPress installation to 755 and all files in theme, plugin and asset directories to 644.
This tutorial will show you ways to force rewrite WordPress URLs to use /blog/ in posts permalink structure. Websites that have an outsized number of pages, custom post types, posts, and posts categories may benefit by using the prefix “blog” within the URL rather than the blog category name slug. Most importantly, blogs that have posts in multiple categories, or categories that get removed or changed, should use this type of URL structure.
Use prepared statements and parameterized queries. These are SQL statements that are sent to and parsed by the database server separately from any parameters. This way it is impossible for an attacker to inject malicious SQL.
|charset||Specifies the character encoding of the linked document|
|crossorigin||Specifies how the element handles cross origin requests|
|href||Specifies the location of the linked document|
|hreflang||Specifies the language of the text in the linked document|
|media||Specifies on what device the linked document will be displayed, often used with selecting stylesheets based on the device in question|
|rel||Required. Specifies the relationship between the current document and the linked document|
|rev||Specifies the relationship between the linked document and the current document|
|sizes||Specifies the size of the linked resource. Only when |
|target||Specifies where the linked document is to be loaded|
|type||Specifies the media type of the linked document|
|integrity||Specifies a base64 encoded hash (sha256, sha384, or sha512) of the linked resource allowing the browser to verify its legitimacy.|
While many scripts, icons, and stylesheets can be written straight into HTML markup, it is best practice and more efficient to include these resources in their own file and link them to your document. This topic covers linking external resources such as stylesheets and scripts into an HTML document.
|some value||Specifies the value of the attribute (as a string)|
Older browsers support
Data attributes were introduced in HTML5 which is supported by all modern browsers, but older browsers before HTML5 don’t recognize the data attributes.
However, in HTML specifications, attributes that are not recognized by the browser must be left alone and the browser will simply ignore them when rendering the page.
Web developers have utilized this fact to create non-standard attributes which are any attributes not part of the HTML specifications. For example, the
value attribute in the line bellow is considered a non-standard attribute because of the specifications for the
<img> tag don’t have a
value attribute and it is not a global attribute:
<img src="sample.jpg" value="test" />
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|class||Indicates the Class of the element (non-unique)|
|id||Indicates the ID of the element (unique in the same context)|