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How h1 is block level element?

Block level element

3/4/2020 3:28:46 PM

James Freeman

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A simple way to tell whether an element is a block level element was to see - whether a new line is automatically inserted following the element (in preview mode). This behaviour may be overridden with CSS perhaps, but by default, a block level element is rendered on its own line. Next element will be rendered below the block element.

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https://www.sololearn.com/learn/HTML/1034/

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Ipang answered one way but here is another example as well. https://code.sololearn.com/W5hI5FykDyy4/?ref=app

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James Freeman exactly !

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its a heading, its someting closer to a Title or a Headline in real life. so it semantically (not sure what words i should use here) correct for it to have its own line, before the actual content. i mean imagine an newspaper article. their news title always seperated from the news it self.

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Because it takes the whole width of the page with a line break while inline element dont do like this