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                <div>A div is a block element.</div>
<div>If we add another div, it goes below the first one.</div>
<a href="#">Links</a> <a href="#">are</a> <a href="#">inline</a> <a href="#">elements</a>. 
<br> <!-- the br tag allows us to go down one line from the previous inline element -->
<span>Span</span> <span>is</span> <span>also</span> <span>inline!</span>
<p>The p tag is also a block element. But below I'll show how you can change this!</p>
<div class="inline">This div has been made inline.</div>
<div class="inline">This div too!</div>
<p>Notice how the div no longer has a height or width!
  This is normal behavior. Inline elements take the width and height of the content inside.</p>
<p>Here are some span tags that have been made into block elements:</p>
<span class="block">Hey</span>
<p>If you don't set a width on a block element, it will span the full width of the page by default.</p>
<p>There is also <strong>inline-block</strong> which is kind of a mix of the two. It behaves like an inline element <em>except</em> you can add height and width properties.</p>
<p>Try it out yourself!</p>



                div {
  border:1px solid black;
span {
  border:1px solid black;
p {

.inline {
.block {