HTML - Add consecutive empty spaces


In HTML, consecutive spaces are ignored by browsers, as well as carriage returns and tabs.

To insert multiple consecutive spaces, it is necessary to use a specific HTML entity called a non-breaking space, the HTML code is as follows:
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For tabs or advanced formatting, you can use the CSS: the white-space property.
  • This property allows you to define the spaces that will be displayed or not.
  • The "pre" value shows all spaces.

Learn more [W3C specification
Published by jak58. Latest update on April 30, 2013 at 10:07 AM by jak58.
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