The CSS box model is a container that contains several properties, including borders, margin, padding, and the content itself. It is used to create the design and structure of web pages. You can use it as a framework for customizing the layout of different elements. In this tutorial, you will look at the application of box models, i.e., Content Boxes In HTML.
Begin With HTML
- Add the font-awesome CDN to the href tag, so that you can use the icon on your page.
- Create a <div> tag with class name ‘container’ and add the details you want to mention in the content box.
Styling the Page
- The box-sizing property allows you to add the padding and border with respect to the element's total width and height.
- The overflow property only works with block elements.
- The z-index specifies the position of the element along the z-axis.
- The translate() property translates, moves, scales and rotates a page element up, down, left, and right on the page by a set amount. The first number specifies the horizontal distance in the parenthesis, and the second number specifies the vertical space.
- The CSS calc() function lets you perform calculations when specifying CSS property values. The calc() function takes a single expression as its parameter, with the expression's result used as the value.
Your Content Box is Ready
The content box is ready for use.
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So with this, you come to the end of this Content Boxes In HTML article. Here, you saw how you can create responsive content boxes to make your web page more interactive using just HTML and CSS.
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