Because it has no semantic meanings and no content within tag. Some people come over this situation by giving meaningful ID to this tag. With HTML/CSS there are plenty of tricks by which we can avoid use of br tag.
Reason is simple, browsers render height & width before images so giving height & width will keep a vacant containers on the site for images to load. This will keep the site structure same but without images. Otherwise structure of the website will look awful while loading the website.
Happy independence day to all Pakistanis. Good to see Google celebrating Pakistan’s Independence day with a doodle.
CSS3 ellipsis for a straight text line. Overflow will be replace with three dots (…).
Minimal Bootstrap Empty Template for quickly getting started with boostrap. Here is jsFiddle workspace if you want to work on a fiddle.
To Style placeholder last character is bit challenging with CSS. We often come to a situation while validating forms where we usually add ‘*’ at the end of placeholder which is to be styled like color: red showing that this field is required before submitting the form.
By default placeholder has gray color which is obtained by applying opacity to black color. For selecting and styling of placeholder you have to add browser specific prefix CSS properties.
Below is HTML5 standard document structure with reference to http://www.w3.org. A typical HTML5 document structure should be like this.