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set image to block element

How do I set a block element?

2 Answers

Erik McClintock
Erik McClintock
45,783 Points


As you may have seen thus far in your studies, different types of HTML elements have different display types that indicate how they behave and how different properties will affect them and respond to them. In order to alter an element's display property, you simply target it just like you would any other property in CSS:

img {
    display: block;

This will target all elements with the tag of img, and will set their display property to block.

Hope this helps to clarify!