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HTML HTML Forms Form Basics The Input Element

label and input, what kind of element are they? block or inline?

i cant find a clear answer anywhere. is a label block or inline? is input block or inline?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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According to the MDN pages, label elements "are simple inline elements".

I didn't see an equivalent description on the page for input, possibly because there are many variations; but judging from their behavior, they are genenrally inline (or perhaps inline-block) by default.

A "block" element would take up an entire line and these don't.