What is a Div - Why does it matter
As it is widely used to group elements, it ends up being a facilitator for organizing information within a layout. It is possible to format and manipulate the elements, including the Div itself, through CSS in an organized way. It is usually accompanied by ID and class attributes, in order to facilitate this organization and formatting.
How to create one: tag <div>
The syntax of the HTML Div element is through the opening <div> and closing </div>.
By default, the DIV generates an automatic line break when used. Therefore, to use the Div, just place the elements you want inside the <div> ... </div> tag as in the syntax below:
We can always include any other HTML elements, that is, other tags, within an HTML Div.
The HTML div element can have among the following attributes:
- ID → defines an ID;
- Class → defines a class;
- Title → defines a title;
- Height → defines a height;
- Width → defines a width;
Implementing “Read More” Div Element
To ensure a successful “Read More” implementation, the Taboola Widget code must be separate from your main article Div element.
To check if your article Div is separate from the Taboola Widget Div, you can:
- Visit any page with Taboola Widget on your website and
- Right-click on Taboola Feed and select “Inspect element”.
If your main article <div> container includes the Taboola Widget, then “Read More” will not work for your site. That is because your main article content Div should close </div> before the Taboola Widget Div opens <div>.
If that’s the case, you should relocate your Taboola Widget code after the closing </div> of your main article container.