Notepad ++

+2 Dave M · November 13, 2014
Re: Video 19

When I am using notepad ++ and I make a paragraph in <p></p> - I needed to add <br/> after each line - yet in the video you didn't have <br/> and the paragraph lined up properly - no run on? What am I missing?
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0 Jovan Djukic · November 14, 2014
Paragraph is a group of senteces, so if you want to start a sentence in a new line, you should ad <br />. Tag <br /> browser sees simply as "enter", so, if you press enter in your text, you put <br /> in your code.

When you are done with paragraph, put </p> Then, when you start a new paragraph, write it in a new set of <p></p>. Every new pair of <p></p> browser puts in a new line. For example;

<p>text text text text text</p><p>text text text text text</p><p>text text text text text</p>

or

<p>text text text text text</p>
<p>text text text text text</p>
<p>text text text text text </p>
<p>text text text text text </p>

should look like this in browser


text text text text text

text text text text text

text text text text text

text text text text text

But

<p>text text text text text
text text text text text
text text text text text
text text text text text
text text text text text</p>



Would look like this

text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text


Hope this helps, cheers
0 Elber Elberito · November 15, 2014
I would recommend you to use the  brackets Editor!
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