What is difference between DIV vs SPAN in HTML ?( ASP.Net Interview questions)

<DIV> element is a block level element while <SPAN> is an inline element. Block level are those elements which are formatted visually as blocks (i.e. paragraphs). While <SPAN> element do not form blocks of element .
In simple terms you can visualize paragraphs as block elements and emphasized word as inline element. Below is a simple example where the “The main yelled at every one.” is one block statement. But if we want to emphasize on the “yelled” word then that word is termed as in-line element.
We have used the <DIV> tag to create the block element and the “yelled” word is emphasized as inline element using the <SPAN> tag.

<DIV> The man
<SPAN style=bold>yelled</SPAN>
at everyone </DIV>

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