Height: The height property sets the vertical length of a box. Height is measured in pixels and should not be confused with the measure word “height”.
Width: The width property sets the horizontal length of a box. Width is measured in pixels and should not be confused with the measure word “width”.
There are many properties in CSS, but these 5 are the most commonly used:
When you give an element a width of 100% in CSS, you're essentially saying, "Make this element's content area precisely equal to its parent's explicit width — but only if its parent has an explicit width." So, if your parent container is 400px wide, a child element with a width of 100% will be 400px wide as well.
The max-width CSS attribute specifies an element's maximum width. It prevents the width property's utilised value from exceeding the value given by max-width.
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