A key component of interactive web systems, input tags are HTML elements designed to take a specific form of input from users. Different types of input elements can regulate the data entered to fit a specified format and provide security to password entry.
Pseudo-elements, just like pseudo-classes, are added to a CSS selectors but instead of describing a special state, they allow you to scope and style certain parts of an html element.
For example, the ::first-letter pseudo-element targets only the first letter of a block element specified by the selector.
Not all HTML tags are of the same structure. While most elements require an opening tag, a closing tag, and contents, some elements - known as void elements - only require an opening tag as they themselves do not contain any elements. This topic explains and demonstrates the proper usage of void elements in HTML
A Custom Element in Aurelia is used to extend the basic set of HTML elements by feature-enriched, reusable components. A Custom Element normally exists out of two files, a View-Model based on Javasciprt, and a corresponding view written in HTML. Both files compose the HTML element which can then be used throughout the application like every other HTML element.
To be able to interact with a page, you need to tell Protractor exactly which element to look for. The basis used for selecting elements are locators. Protractor, as well as including the generic Selenium selectors, also has Angular-specific locators which are more robust and persistent to changes. However, sometimes, even in an Angular application, regular locators must be used.