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Chapter 5 : HTML Elements

1.  HTML Elements 

There are two types of elements

1.1 Block-level  

1.2 Inline

 

1.1    What are Block-level Elements ?

A block-level element always starts on a new line and takes up the full width available (stretches out to the left and right as far as it can).

These are the following block-level elements.

 

1.     nav

2.     header

3.     section

4.     main

5.     article

6.     figure

7.     figcaption

8.     div

9.     h1 to h6

10.  p

11.  footer

12.  address

13.  blockquote

14.  canvas

15.  dd

16.  dl

17.  dt

18.  fieldset

19.  form

20.  hr

21.  ul

22.  li

23.  ol

24.  table

25.  tfoot

26.  audio

27.  video



1.2 What are Inline Elements ?

An inline element does not start on a new line and only takes up as much width as necessary.

 

1.     a

2.     abbr

3.     b

4.     br

5.     button

6.     em

7.     i

8.     img

9.     input

10.  label

11.  map

12.  object

13.  output

14.  q

15.  script

16.  select

17.  small

18.  span

19.  strong

20.  sub

21.  sup

22.  textarea

23.  time

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