Yes, you can wrap block elements inside an anchors
I saw this a lot but few developpers knows about it (there is still questions about this on StackOverflow).
HTML5 introduce an awesome change in the
a element. From
Although previous versions of HTML restricted the
aelement to only containing phrasing content (essentially, what was in previous versions referred to as inline content), the
aelement is now transparent; that is, an instance of the
aelement is now allowed to also contain flow content (essentially, what was in previous versions referred to as block content)—if the parent element of that instance of the
aelement is an element that is allowed to contain flow content.
That means you can use
div inside an anchor:
<a href=""> <div> <p> pony </p> </div> </a>
Now, you knows. Happy new year too!