CSS allows to adjust the height of an element using the height property. While there are several units to specify the height of an element. The vh is a relative unit that is commonly used.
vh: It stands for viewport-height. The viewport refers to the browser window size. Thus when use vh as a unit, the element’s height is adjusted relative to the browser window (viewport’s) height.
vw: It stands for viewport-width. It is used to set the browser width 100% relative to the browser window (viewport’s) width.
Syntax: To set a div element height to 100% of the browser window, it can simply use the following property of CSS:
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