A question that pops every now and then — should you wrap block elements with anchor: <div> with anchor tag <a> ? This is one of the many decisions front-end developers have to make on a daily basis.
TLDR: Yes, you can. Don’t sweat over it.
First – what is the difference between a block and an inline element like <a>?
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By default, a block-level element occupies the entire space of its parent element (container), thereby creating a “block.”Block-Level Elements, MDN