HTML is a word processor, and as such it has many capabilities that make it attractive to the web. However, it’s not easy to get right to the basics of HTML like styling, rendering, and coding. As you can see from the code, it’s really hard for me to get it right.
As a matter of fact, some of us have been telling web designers that we need to do some work on the design of HTML. For my money, the most important part of HTML is to be a bit more functional. If you don’t have a lot of web design experience, you can’t do anything and I don’t think it’s worth doing that.
One thing you can do is to use a CSS framework to style your html. This will help you take advantage of the built-in features of html. Take for example the simple but effective css-classes to style your divs.
Yes, you can use css to style divs. The first two things that come to mind are display:table and display:table-cell. You can also use classes on the div elements themselves to style them.
Your code is pretty good. If it doesn’t use CSS, we’ll take it and try to make it better. The main point of using CSS is to allow the user to style the elements and their styles. To use CSS it is easier to have a style that uses a particular type of element or class instead of a regular CSS class. This way you can show the entire content of your page without using any other browser.
htmlspecialchars allows you to create a selector for a single string using the special characters <,>, and >.
While using htmlspecialchars could be a huge hassle, it does get the job done. By specifying what character to use, you can apply any formatting to the entire string.
The thing is that the HTML is a bit clunky to use, but all you have to do is change the class of the class you’ve selected. It can save a lot of time by using an odd form tag.