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Could there be a <flex> tag?

This question is wildly in need of focus, but most of the questions have an easy answer. Who is in charge of this? The W3C. Is there a place to submit proposals? Yes. See the link above. The first ...
Greg Burghardt's user avatar
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Could there be a <flex> tag?

Just add this to your stylesheet: flex { display: flex; } And now you have a <flex> element you can use as you want. There is the tiny risk that HTML in the future might introduce an element ...
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How to develop data bound html with strong typing and intellisense?

Set up your development environment: Install Node.js and npm (Node Package Manager) on your computer. Use npm to install a code editor like Visual Studio Code, which has excellent support for ...
EthinixSalon's user avatar
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Is it good practice to wrap a single element in a container?

Over-reliance of the DIV tag hearkens back to a pre-HTML5 era. Before the HTML5 standard there where a great many semantically meaningless tags in HTML. When we moved towards a semantically rich ...
Neil Meyer's user avatar
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Why are the <b> and <i> tags deprecated?

HTML5 is not meant for styling of web page. The bold and italic tags are purely decorative, when we moved towards HTML5 there was a great emphasis on semantically meaningful tags. That is to say tags ...
Neil Meyer's user avatar

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