Divs Element are commonly used to represent containers for other elements, visually grouping them into a block that can contain defined dimensions and position.
By default, a div has no defined visual characteristics, this needs to be done via CSS when assigning borders, background, colors, etc.
The main feature of div, however, is that it represents a block-type element, that is, when added to the page, it automatically generates a new line in the layout (similar to a paragraph), instead of being allocated laterally in the other components.
The code below demonstrates a basic use of
<input type="text" value="input 1"> <input type="text" value="input 2"> <div><input type="text" value="input 3"></div> <div><input type="text" value="input 4"></div>
Notice in the result of the image below, while the first two inputs are arranged laterally, the last two appear one below the other, since they are inside different
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