How do you skip lines in HTML?

If I had some HTML and I wanted to have just one line of nothing, say in between a picture and text, what would the HTML I put in be?

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  • <br> will start a new line, so <br><br> will start a new line and then start a new line again, creating a blank line.

    There are other ways, but this is easy.

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    How do you skip lines in HTML?

    If I had some HTML and I wanted to have just one line of nothing, say in between a picture and text, what would the HTML I put in be?

  • HTML is intended to provide paragraphs. A break in paragraphs is done with the <p>. But if you want a new line in the middle of a paragraph, then use <br>.

    You can also provide preformatted text. Start the section with <pre> and end that section with </pre> The preformatted text will use the Courier font, but will accept Carrage Return and Line Feed characters to control the text.

    Beyond this simple stuff, you would use CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets.

  • *points up* what they said. if you want to learn html it’s pretty simple, there are TONS of books out there on it. And tons of reference material on the internet. Just do a search on “HTML” tutorial, i’m sure you’ll find some quick answers.

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    <br> is used to go to the next line (easy way to remember it: br stands for line BReak, just fyi) <p></p> is for paragraphs and will put an extra line between them.

  • <br> skips a line

    <p> skips a line and then indents the next line.

    <br><br> will skip two lines like this:

    and will start here.

    Basically <br> is like pressing the Enter or Return key.

  • Just put in a couple of ‘<br>’ instructions

  • For non-spaced lines the correct implementation is now

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