<div> element represents a generic division of content. It has no semantic meaning, but will separate its contents from the rest of the document.
<div><!-- Content lives here --></div>
<div> tags that wraps around a block of HTML. By default it is a block element, meaning its contents will start on a new line and the content that follows will start on a new line.
<div> is a good choice when no other tag matches the content type. Additionally it is often used to help style an entire page, or sections of a page via the
<html><head> </head><body><!-- This div wraps the entire site applying the styles from the dark-mode class --><div class="dark-mode"><!-- Site content lives here --></div></body></html>
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