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BLOCK Elements – Which take up a block of area on HTML, forcing next element to come on next line
- Paragraph - <p>
- A definition term in a definition list. - <dt>
- The definition of a term, in a definition list. - <dd>
- An ordered (enumerated) list. - <ol>
- An unordered (bulleted) list. - <ul>
- A list item in ordered (ol) or unordered (ul) lists - <li>
- Address - <address>
- Blockquote - <blockquote>
- center - < center>
- del Marks a deleted section of content. This element can also be used as inline. - <del>
- div A block-level logical division. - < div>
- ins Marks a section of inserted content. This element can also be used as inline. - <ins>
- noscript Replacement content for scripts. Unlike script this can only be used as a block-level element. - < hr>
- pre Pre-formatted text. - <pre>
- script Places a script in the document. Also usable in the head and in inline contexts. Note: SCRIPT is not itself either a block or inline element; by itself it should not display at all, but it can contain instructions to dynamically generate either both block or inline content. - <script>
Please check the below given example on jsfiddleView it on JSFIDDLE
This below given example contain paragraph tag and header tag
- Paragraph – <div>
- Headers – <h1> to <h6>
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Brook MacDonald dominates in the Mt Hutt Round of the New Zealand Down Hill Mountain Bike series.
Shot by Jaimie McKenzie and Ryan Heron
Directed and Edited by Ryan Heron
After Effects by Conrad Smith
Produced by Jon Forder
Creative Agency: Metis Creative
Director: Clay Porter
Producer: Cameron Baird
Co-Directors Of Photography: Clay Porter and Cameron Baird
Editor: Clay Porter
Production Assistants: Drew Ruiz and Thomas Webb
Still Photographer: Sven Martin
Music Supervisor: Androo Mitchell
Original Score: Seb Taylor
Sound Design: Keith White
Colorist: Jake Blakestone
Phantom Tech: Nick Schrunk
Extra special thanks to Scott Bradfield and Dan Brown.
Shot on location in Southern California.
Monday, March 5, 2012
Perform the following tasks for the store. Please make and state assumptions, if any.
1) List the entities, their attributes and relationships for the description and make an ER-diagram for the Store. You may use the concept of keys, aggregation, generalisation, cardinality etc. in a proper way.
2) Design the suitable RDBMS tables for the ER-diagram so created in question 1. The database design should include keys, foreign keys, constraints and referential integrity constraints.
3) Implement the database design that you have created in question 2 using a RDBMS – our advice is that you choose either MySQL or MS ACCESS to do so.
4) Create the following data entry forms with suitable checks for the database so created.
a) Create a form to enter all the information about the items being purchased by a buyer on a particular sale.
b) Create a form to register a new buyer.
5) Enter at least 4 sets of records in each table. Enter marks directly in the tables except for the data that can be entered using the data entry form created in question 3
6) Create the following reports for the database you have created. The reports should have proper headings and page numbers and should include totals, if needed.
a) Create bill of a purchase.
b) Create a price list of items.
c) Create the list of preferred buyers.
d) Create the detailed list of purchases made by a single buyer.
7) Write and run the following SQL queries for your database:
a) Find the details of the buyers who have made purchases of more than 15,000 in a month..
b) Find the price of the costliest item and the names of all the buyers who have bought it.
c) Find the item details of the item that has been sold the most.
d) Find the difference in number of average buyers on weekends and the number of average buyers on weekdays.
e) Find the stockiest form whom maximum number of items are acquired
8) Design two views for the database that you have designed and implemented. One view should be for the Manager of the Departmental Store who is interested in knowing about the performance (quantity sold) of various items in various sections. The other view is for a buyer who can view his/her purchases made from the stores. Identify on what tables and what fields these two will be allowed to have access. Implement these views or write equivalent queries for the view defining expression using SQL.