Oh by the way, if you’d like to help feed my curiosity, you could highlight the headings of any of these things that you didn’t already know and think aren’t useless.
The humble table (still the #1 way to lay out a website) has quite a few nifty methods that make constructing them as simple as constructing an Ikea table.
Here’s a bunch of them.
Not a single
document.createElement() in sight.
.insertRow() method will even insert a
<tbody> for you if you call it directly on a table element. Isn’t that nice?
You know how, when you have
... read the whole story at buff.ly.
#something in the URL, then when the page loads, the browser will scroll the page so you can see the element with that ID?