Sub-Attributes and Events
This Sub-Attributes in HTML providing complete information about what is an attribute and its sub-attribute, importance of sub-attribute of HTML elements, where to place sub-attribute in HTML tag, examples of sub-attributes and Event handling in HTML pages.
- In some of the cases, every attribute may have sub-attributes to apply properties to that element.
- The best example of sub-attributes is “events”.
- “Event” is an action performed on the component such as…
2.On mouse over
3.On mouse out…
- Before understanding the concept of sub-attributes, we need to work with quotes representation while using attributes, sub-attributes with values….
Single or Double quotes :
- Double style quotes are the most common in HTML.
- In some situations, when the attribute value itself contains double quotes, it is necessary to use single quotes.
- for example….
<input value = ‘it’s gonna break’/ >
should be written as….
<input value = “it’s gonna break”/>
- Same as another example….
<input value=”i say – “this is gonna be trouble” “/>
must be written as….
<input value=”i say – ‘this is gonna be trouble’ “/>
<input value=’i say – “this is gonna be trouble” ‘/>
Example code of using sub attributes in events:
- <head> </head>
- <img src=”a.jpg” width=”200″ onclick=”src=’b.jpg'” onmouseover=”src=’c.jpg'” onmouseout=”src=’a.jpg'”>