<div> tag is a block-level element that starts on a newline
and stretches across the entire width of the page. You can use a
<div> tag to apply styles to all the elements nested inside it.
<span> tag is an inline element that does not start a
newline and only takes up as much space as needed. You can use a
<span> tag to apply styles to a particular element without disrupting
the flow of the other elements on the page.
<div>tag to center a block but not center the text within that block.
This is an example of a paragraph that contains custom styling for just a few words right in the middle of the sentence.