The HTML Blocks and Inline Elements

In this article, you will learn The HTML Blocks and Inline Elements. HTML is made up of many elements that act as the building blocks of a website page. The major purpose of HTML elements is to style the contents. These Elements are divided into two main categories.

» Block Level Elements
» Inline Elements

HTML Block Elements

A block-level element plays a vital role to start on a new line and takes up the full width of a web page, from left to right. A block-level element can take up one line or multiple lines and it can be done to break a line before and after the element.

The <div> element: This element is defined as a container for other elements. It has no need for attributes. Class, style, and ID are normally used attributes.

<!DOCTYPE html> 
<html> 
<body> 
	<style> 
		body { 
			text-align: center; 
		} 
		
		h1 { 
			color: green; 
		} 
	</style> 
	
	<!-- Div element. -->
	<div style="background-color:black; color:white; padding:20px;"> 
		<h1>Soft CodeON</h1> 
      <h3>You can give reviews as well as contribute posts on this website.</h3> 
</div> 
</body> 
</html> 
<address><video> <ul>
<tfoot> <table> <section>
<pre> <article> <aside>
<blockquote> <canvas> <dd>
<div> <dl> <dt>
<footer><form> <h1>-<h6>
<header> <hr> <noscript>
<fieldset> <figcaption> <figure>
<nav>
HTML Blocks

The HTML Block elements:

HTML Inline Elemenets

Normally, the inline element does not object cause a line break and does not get up the full width of a web page. The space bounded by its opening and closing element. It is generally used within other HTML elements.

The <span> element defines as a container for HTML text. But normally, it is used to style a certain text within the highest text of the element. The element does not robotic style an HTML element. It doesn’t need any attribute too.

<!DOCTYPE html> 
<html> 
<style> 
	body { 
		text-align: center; 
	} 
	h1 { 
		color: green; 
	} 
</style> 
<body> 	<!-- Sapn element. -->
	<h1>Soft CodeOn<span style="color:red"> 
	for</span>Learn Programming</h1> 
</body> 
</html> 
<a> <abbr> <acronym>
<textarea> <object> <b>
<bdo><big> <br>
<button> <cite> <code>
<dfn> <em> <i>
<img><input> <kbd>
<q><samp><script>
<label> <map> <output>
<span>
Inline Blocks

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