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10. what is the difference between `block` and `inline`?

Block and inline are two display values in CSS that specify how an element should be displayed on a web page.

A block-level element takes up the full width of its parent container and creates a new line after it. These elements typically use the entire available width and do not allow any other elements to display beside them. Examples of block-level elements include <div>, <h1> - <h6>, <p>, <ul>, <ol>, <li>, <table>, <form>, and others.

On the other hand, inline elements only take up the required width of their content and do not cause a line break after them. These elements typically allow other elements to display beside them on the same line. Examples of inline-level elements include <span>, <a>, <strong>, <em>, <img>, <input>, <button>, and others.

It is important to note that block-level elements can contain other block and/or inline elements while inline-level elements can only contain other inline-level elements.

Understanding the difference between these two display values can help us successfully structure our HTML and CSS to create a visually pleasing and functional website or web application.