HTML Block and Inline Elements

In HTML, elements can be classified into two main categories based on how they interact with other elements and how they are displayed on the web page

  1. block-level elements
  2. inline elements

Block-level Elements

Block-level elements are HTML elements that create a "block" on the web page, taking up the full width available by default.
They usually start on a new line and stack vertically, meaning that they do not appear inline with other elements unless explicitly styled to do so.

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<!DOCTYPE html>
        <title>block-level Example</title>
        <p>This is a block-level paragraph.</p>

Inline Elements

Inline elements, on the other hand, do not create a new block on the web page.
They only take up as much width as necessary for their content and typically appear inline with the surrounding text or other inline elements.
Inline elements can be used within block-level elements to style certain parts of the content.

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<!DOCTYPE html>
        <title>Inline Example</title>
        <p>This is a <span style="color: red;">red</span> word.</p>

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Block-level Elements
Inline Elements

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