The first element of your HTML list is your CSS breakpoints.
These are places where you can set the CSS rules to break things and tell your browser what to do with them.
They can be a place where you want to break up the HTML content, and if you want them to be visible on the page, you need to add them.
CSS breaks work by taking a page’s CSS and changing it to an HTML element’s CSS.
It’s important to remember that all elements in a document have a certain degree of control over their appearance.
For example, a tab element has a position property, and it controls the top and bottom edges of the tab.
In this case, the position property has the following properties: top – position of the element at the top of the document, usually left