I often get questions from people asking me to explain the difference between a “span” tag and “div” tag. Well, I love the “span” tag, but I don’t love the “div” tag.
The difference really comes down to two things: The div tag, which is simply a container, and the span tag, which is a tag. The difference between a div tag and a tag is that the div tag has a width property that you can set. The width of a div tag is the width of its container. So if you want a div tag to have a width of 100px you can specify that in the width attribute.
It will, however, always be the width of its contents that matters. So if you want a div tag to have a width of 100px you can specify that in the width attribute.
Because of the div tag, the span is actually just the text that’s on the top of a div tag. You can check the content of a div tag by typing in the width attribute, then typing the text inside of the div tag. This is what happens when you add a span to a div tag, which works great.
Because it will always be the width of the span that matters, it is the width of the text that matters. So if you want a div tag to have a width of 100px you can specify that in the width attribute.
You can use the word “span” a lot to mean “the width of a number”, but never “the width of a span”. The only span I’ve ever used to mean the width of a span tag is the span tag.
A span will always be the width of the span tag. So if you want a span to be the width of a tag, you have to specify the width of the span tag.
That said, what I’ve found is that there are a lot of situations where you want a span tag to be the width of a div tag. A lot of times the width of a div tag is defined by the width of the containing block element. So you can use an actual div tag to be the width of a span tag.
I say you can use an actual div tag because you can use the div tag as an inline. If you want to stick it in a table or something, then you have to use the div tag as an inline. You cant use it as a span tag.
Using the span tag as an inline is pretty straightforward. You just add the tag in the correct place, and you can use the class=”foo” and it will set the width to be whatever width you give. You need to use the “foo” to be the class, but in this case the class is “foo” so you can use the “foo” as the width of the span.