Lnline and Block level elements

What is the difference between inline and Block level elements.

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Block-level elements are elements that take up the full width available to them and start on a new line. Some examples of block-level elements include headings (H1-H6), paragraphs (P), lists (UL, OL, LI), and divs (DIV). Block-level elements are used to create the structure and layout of the web page, and they can contain other block-level and inline elements.

Inline elements, on the other hand, are elements that only take up the space required by their content and do not start on a new line. Examples of inline elements include links (A), images (IMG), and spans (SPAN). Inline elements are used to style and format the content within the block-level elements, and they cannot contain other block-level elements.

One key difference between the two is that block-level elements create a “block” on the page that takes up the entire width available, while inline elements only take up the width of their content. Additionally, block-level elements can contain other block-level and inline elements, while inline elements can only contain other inline elements.