What is a
1. Creating a header section:
Welcome to my Website
2. Creating a sidebar:
– Separating sections of the web page.
– Grouping elements together for easier styling.
– Creating layout structures.
What is a ?
is an inline-level element used to group or wrap a small piece of content, such as a text or a set of inline elements. It does not create any line breaks and is often used to style or manipulate specific parts of text or inline content.
Examples of :
1. Highlighting a word in a sentence:
This is an example sentence with a highlighted word.
2. Changing the color of a specific text:
Select red or blue.
Uses of :
– Applying styles to specific parts of text.
– Grouping or wrapping inline elements.
| Difference Area |
| Level | Block | Inline |
| Usage | Layout| Styling|
| Semantics | No | No |
| Position | Creates new line | Does not create new line |
| Inherits Parent Styling | Yes | Depends |
| Width and Height | Can have width and height | Takes up only the space needed |
| Nesting | Can contain other block elements | Cannot contain block elements |
| Accessibility | Can be parsed by screen readers | Not specifically designed for accessibility |
| Default Styling | Has a default display property of ‘block’ | Has a default display property of ‘inline’ |
| Targeting | Can target using class or id | Can target using class or id |
People Also Ask:
1. What is the purpose of a
2. Can a element contain block-level elements?
No, a element cannot contain block-level elements. It is specifically designed to wrap or group inline elements.
3. How can I style a
You can style both
4. Which element should I use for layout purposes,
For layout purposes,