It's time to learn how to enter text on a website, but you need to understand how this text will be interpreted. When a browser reads the HTML page and interpreted for display the page, all multiple spaced, tabulated or line has been included in the texts be interpreted as a single space.
This feature is often surprising (and even disturbing) at first, but it is undeniable that such action is necessary and consistent with the descriptive nature of HTML.
The best way is to try to get used to this end we propose the following code examples that will shown in the same way by the browser but some contain line breaks, among other tabulated words, etc..
<h1> The car driver asked if he was wrong </ h1>
The car driver asked if he was wrong
The driver of the car
I ask him if he was wrong </ h1>
In these examples we can observe several line breaks and gaps in the text, but the browser display a single space between words and line breaks occur where needed depending on the size of the window.
This feature is now known to delve into the different labels that allow greater
control over the text of our pages.
Sometimes it may be desirable to introduce a full stop when we are writing a text. HTML
this can be used to label <br>. When the browser encounters this tag causes a
line break and still displays the page content. Here's an example:
I was penetrating into the unknown. <br> All the way to Woodfield not stopped thinking about the economic, with the fear of committing ...
In this text we can see how after the first point was necessary to change the line, so we have <br> used.