35. (ASP.NET Core 1.0 & MVC) Using HTML Helpers To Create A Form

This Using HTML Helpers To Create A Form video is part of the ASP.NET Core 1.0 beginner programming tutorial course hosted by Steve Bishop, and covers using the HTML helper to create you form tags, labels, and inputs. The ASP.NET Core 1.0 beginner course is a free .NET tutorial series that helps beginning programmers learn the basics of ASP.NET Core 1.0. These free ASP.NET Core programming tutorials cover a variety of basic topics such as downloading and installing ASP.NET Core, setup and configuration of ASP.NET Core, the MVC architecture, Razor View engine, ASP.NET Identity, Entity Framework 7.0, and other topics. After watching this beginner series on ASP.NET Core 1.0, you should be able to create your own website or web application. Work Files Link: https://goo.gl/FTveLv Click Her

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41. (ASP.NET Core 1.0 & MVC) Tag Helpers

This Tag Helpers video is part of the ASP.NET Core 1.0 beginner programming tutorial course hosted by Steve Bishop, and covers the addition of Tag Helpers to your code in an ASP.NET Core MVC web application. You will learn how to import Tag Helpers into your views, and to use them in your views to make nicer looking code in your front end HMTL. The ASP.NET Core 1.0 beginner course is a free .NET tutorial series that helps beginning programmers learn the basics of ASP.NET Core 1.0. These free ASP.NET Core programming tutorials cover a variety of basic topics such as downloading and installing ASP.NET Core, setup and configuration of ASP.NET Core, the MVC architecture, Razor View engine, ASP.NET Identity, Entity Framework 7.0, and other topics. After watching this beginner series on ASP.N

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HTML Virgin – Intro to HTML / HTML’ye Giriş

Welcome to the CodeBabes HTML virgin course. HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language, and is the underlying foundation for all websites. For this course you’re going to need a computer, and your brain. The bar is set pretty high. Creating an HTML page is super easy. Create a folder on your desktop called website. Inside, we create a file called index.html, and add some text. This will be the home page of our site. We’ll stick some lorum ipsum in here. Lorem ipsum is filler text web developers use before there is actual content. If you want to preview how an HTML file looks, you can open the file in your browser. Let’s talk about how to write HTML. There are three things you need to know, tags, elements, and attributes. HTML is made up of a bunch of different tags that let the browser

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SEO Meta Tags, URL Structure and Hierarchy / SEO Meta Etiketler & URL Yapısı

Lets talk about a few simple things to do on your site to make Google love you. We’ll use our own sexy costume demo site as an example. First, Google loves Title tags and they show up everywhere! The title tag is located in the head of an html page, so you don’t see it on the page, but Google sees it. Google sees everything. Google usually uses this title tag in search results as the first line, they also show up on browser tabs like this (gesture), and when you bookmark something, the title is used. Let’s break down what you want out of a title tag. First it needs to describe what is actually on your web page. They need to be unique for each page, just like snowflakes, every one should be different and special. For instance, if you had a costume page of sexy firefighting and law e

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HTML Virgin – HTML Links and Images / HTML Linkler ve Görüntüler

Ok, now we have a few elements on our HTML page. But it’s called the world wide web right? The thing that really makes the web work are links. Links to pages you like. Links to Ryan Gosling pictures. Links to pictures of babes like me. Links to all the things! You do this with the almighty A tag. By itself the A tag creates a hyperlink and you tell the link where to go with the H REF attribute. Add HREF then equals, and the link you want in quotes. You can make this an absolute link like HTTP codebabes.com or a relative link to something within your website. Let’s say we had another html file in our directory, we could link to this with a relative link. So the href attribute would look like HREF equals page 2 dot html. The browser already knows the html file you’re viewing is in the websi

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Biggest, Baddest Football Hits Ever


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PHP28.1 Example: HTML Tag Class

In this video I create an example using OOP by creating a (HTML) Tag class.

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