If you have tested the examples given on previous pages, you noticed that all the text appears in a continuous paragraph. Web pages need some coding to tell it when to go to the next line or start a new paragraph.
See the example in action.
|P||Paragraph. Similar to "ENTER" twice in word processing.|
Creates a space between two sets of text or objects vertically.
|BR||BReak (line). Similar to "ENTER" once in word processing.|
Goes to the next available line.
BR is not a set. It does not have an ending tag.
<title> Welcome to David's web page. </title>
Hi there! Thanks for visiting my web page. There isn't much here right now, but come back soon and see the changes!
<b>This text is bold.</b>
<i>This text is italisized.</i>
<u>This text is underlined.</u>
This text is back to normal.
<b><i>This text is bold and italisized.</i></b>
<u><b>This text is underlined and bold.</b></u>
|Note : If you use multiple BR tags in succession, the browser will usually default to display only two of them.|