HTML5 Base Element & the Link Target Attribute #SymposiumSchool

🎥 In this video we’re going to talk about taking control of how we open the links on our webpages. When we include an a or anchor tag, we can give it an attribute of target. The target attribute controls what is going to happen when the link is clicked on by the user. The value of _blank tells the browser to open the link in a new tab (or window on older browsers) when the link is clicked. When you use target=”_blank”, always add the rel attribute with the properties of rel=”noopener” or rel=”noreferrer”, or both. rel=”noopener” prevents the new page from being able to access the window.opener property and ensures it runs in a separate process. rel=”noreferrer” attribute has the same effect, but also prevents the Referer header from being sent to the new page. The last thing weâ€

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How to get the value of the selected HTML radio button with Angular – Kevin Chisholm Video

https://blog.kevinchisholm.com In this video, I’ll explain how to get the value of the selected radio button with Angular. The demo code gets its dependencies from UMD, using system loader: https://github.com/kevinchisholm/video-code-examples/blob/master/angular/templates-and-data/option-element-get-selected-value/www/system.config.js Angular comes from here: https:// Here are a few links that might be helpful for this video: https://gist.github.com/kevinchisholm/24867592eb12c8cc49202daa1329907a#file-home-component-ts https://github.com/kevinchisholm/video-code-examples/tree/master/angular/templates-and-data/option-element-get-selected-value When working with Angular, you may find that you need to act upon the choice that a user makes with a set

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