The height property is used to set the height of an element. The height property does not contains padding, margin and border of element. The height property contains many values which define the height of an element. The height property values are listed below:
- height: auto; It is used to set height property to its default value. If the height property set to auto then the browser calculates the height of element.
- height: length; It is used to set the height of element in form of px, cm etc. The length can not be negative.
- height: initial; It is used to set height property to its default value.
- height: inherit; It is used to set height property from its parent element.
Example 1: This example use height: auto; property to display the content.
Example 2: Thie example use height: inherit property to display the content.
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