Class – 19 | HTML Block and Inline Elements | HTML Tutorial

HTML Block and Inline Elements - Class - 19
HTML Block and Inline Elements – Class – 19

HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language, creates and structures web pages. In HTML, elements are used to define the structure and content of a web page. There are two types of HTML elements: block elements and inline elements.

Block elements create a rectangular block that spans the entire width of their parent container, creating a new line before and after the component. Examples of block elements include the <div>, <h1> to <h6>, <p>, <ol>, <ul>, and <table> elements.

Inline elements, on the other hand, are used to define text and media that are part of the text flow on a page. They only take up as much width as necessary and do not create a new line before or after the element. Examples of inline elements include the <a>, <img>, <span>, <em>, and <strong> elements.

Understanding the difference between block and inline elements in HTML is essential, as this can affect how your content is displayed on a web page.

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