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CSS Display Property Explained In Detail https://youtu.be/xHo19HnGI0Y CSS display property allows you to set how an element an element is display and even if it's displayed. You can display an element block, inline, inherit or none. Block makes the element take up a whole row in the HTML element where it resides. Here's how it looks: display:block; Inline makes the element take up only the space it needs. Here's how it looks: display:inline; Inherit applies the same display property as its parent element. Here's how it looks: display:inherit; Display none makes elements disappear. It also makes it so the hidden element does not take up any space on the page. Here's how it looks: display:none; The display property is one of two properties used to make elements disappear. If you use visibility:none you will make an element disappear, but it still takes up the space on page so. So if the element is 200 pixels high, using display:none the content of the element disappears and the "blank" space takes up zero pixels on the page. If on that same element you use visibility:none you have a "blank" space that is still 200 pixels high. That's all there is to it. I hope this video helps you! If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below. And before you go, subscribe and like :) If you're into Wordpress, check out my WPLearningLab channel to learn more about WordPress so you can earn more for yourself, for your clients or for your business.
Learn everything about Display Property and its value inline block none inline-block Another full detailed video describing the difference https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHAL9HNwziQ
Use display inline-block to treat a block element as inline while still retaining abilities to affect size, margins, and padding like it is a block element.
When it comes to hiding HTML elements on the page, you're most likely going to go with these three options in CSS - but when is it appropriate to use each one? This video takes you through the differences between display: none, opacity: 0 and visibility: hidden. If this video helped you out and you'd like to see more, make sure to leave a like and subscribe to dcode!
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"Block" Versus "In-line" Elements Block-level elements create vertically distinct blocks of content (in the visual context) - generally using a line-break before and after the content. Only this value for the 'display' is allowed to generate a positioned element. Block behavior is exhibited by such HTML elements as BLOCKQUOTEs, DIVs and Headings (Hn.) 'Display' property values creating a block element type: 'block', 'list-item', 'table, 'compact' and 'run-in' In-line elements do not create distinct blocks of content; element content is rendered using a line box (content is distributed line by line within a containing physical or virtual block element.) In-line behavior is exhibited by such HTML elements as physical and virtual character formatting, non-floated images and unmarked content. 'Display' property values creating an in-line element type: 'inline', 'inline-table', 'compact' and 'run-in'. Mohit Manuja Trainer for Adobe Products : Dreamweaver and Flash cs5 Mumbai, India http://adobecs5.in http://flashlessons.info