You may be wondering what a palindrome is?
A palindrome is a number, phrase, or word that reads the same backward as forward. That is, if a word or number is read from the front, it will look as if it is read from the back. Such as Madam, Racecar, Level, 12321, etc.
Hopefully, you have learned how this palindrome program works from the preview above. This project has been created in a very simple way.
There is an input box here. You can input a word or number in that box. Then there is a button. When you click on the button you can see if it is a palindrome. There is a display in which information can be seen.
Step 1: Basic structure of Palindrome Checker
A box has been created on the webpage using the following code. Here the box’s min-width is 450px and the background color is white.
Step 2: Create a result viewing display
Then a result box is created. Whether it is a word Palindrome can be seen in this box. Box size depends on padding: 30px.
Step 3: Character input box
Now an input box has been created. In this input box, you can input words or numbers.
Step 4: Create a button
Now a button has been created. That button will activate this project. Button width: 130px and background blue used.
If you want to copy the source code you can use the code section below. There are many who will find these codes helpful for non-programmers.
Here I have put all the code together. Copy the following code and add it to your HTML file.