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Paragraphs and Breaks

The ‹P› and ‹BR› tags

These two tags are basic ways of making line breaks and formatting our paragraphs.

We use the paragraph tag (‹p›) for a full line break between paragraphs and the ‹br› tag for a single line break in a paragraph. Below is how this is formatted in our browser.

My first paragraph.

My second paragraph
with a line break in it.

If you froget to close a ‹p› tag but the browser comes across a second ‹p› the browser will interpret this as a new paragraph.

The ‹br/› tag has a slash before it ends because it is it's own element and does not contain text or images within it, similar to a horizontal rule (‹hr/›).

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