HTML can combine elements with
Most HTML elements are defined as block-level elements or inline elements.
When a block-level element is displayed in a browser, it usually starts with a new line (and ends).
Inline elements usually do not start with a new line when displayed.
<div> element is a block-level element that can be used to combine containers of other HTML elements.
<div> element has no specific meaning. In addition, because it is a block-level element, the browser displays the folds before and after it.
If used with CSS, the
<div> element can be used to set style properties for large content blocks.
Another common use of the
<div> element is the document layout. It replaces the old-fashioned way of defining a layout using a table. Document layout using the
<table> element is not the correct usage of the form. The
<table> element is used to display tabular data.
<span> element is an inline element that can be used as a container for text
<span> element also has no specific meaning.
When used with CSS, the
<span> element can be used to set style properties for partial text.