Can't figure out where in the HTML the child, the parent items?
Good evening, always see in articles such terms as "child" elements, "parent", etc. Googled, googled't understand anyway. Can I please clarify based on the following HTML code, thank you in advance.
the <div> <span> the <h1> </h1> </span> </div>
April 4th 20 at 14:16
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"Can't figure out where in the HTML the child, the parent items?"
April 4th 20 at 14:18
It's like a hug.
(and sometimes uncle Rustem at the bus stop) hug their
is the parent of
— the daughter of his descendant.
gave birth to an illegitimate daughter and called it the
, in honor of her husband. Squeamish hugs.
, a parent. Embrace through suffering.
Considered interesting) Thanks for the reply.
commented on April 4th 20 at 14:21
April 4th 20 at 14:20
Well the DIV is the parent for all that is in it... and that's all. In turn, the span of its subsidiaries, and h1 is a child of the span...
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