Saturday, November 9, 2013

Creating custom HTML tags which support all Major Browsers

Do you know that we can create custom HTML elements/tags? when i got to know about it i was like WOW! that will be kinda awesome and hard. But later when i researched about it i found it's really easy for anyone to create custom HTML elements. You don't need to do thousands of lines of coding.

For creating a HTML element/tag you just need to write the name of it like the standard HTML element/tag.
For example:
<computer brand="Acer" price="28,900" ratings="4" id="pc">Acer Aspire R7</computer>
 you are done by creating a custom HTML element. But this will only support all major browsers, excluding Internet Explorer.

To make the custom HTML tag work with Internet Explorer you'll just need to write a single line of Javascript.
<script type="text/javascript">
this will create an HTML element named as "computer".
Another point to note is, by default a custom element has a display inline. But you can change that with CSS.
<style type="text/css">
   #pc {
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