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Asked by Yeseanul
To insert tab space between two words/sentences I generally make use of
Answered by Giri
In circumstances where the space’s width/height exceeds , I normally use:
For horizontal spacer:
<span style="display:inline-block; width: YOURWIDTH;"></span>
For vertical spacer:
<span style="display:block; height: YOURHEIGHT;"></span>
Answered by Japol
> for > (greater than, entity number >) and less than (entity number <).
HTML Entities has a comprehensive collection of HTML entities.
Answered by Halim Qarroum
Special Characters: According to the documentation:
Answered by Abhishek Goel
In HTML, there are several different types of spaces.
makes four spaces between the text- &ems
Adds two spaces between the text –
Makes a regular spacing between the text –
produces a narrow space (like regular space but with a tiny difference – “&thinsp”);
“/br>” is the space between sentences.
This link may be of assistance to you. Check out [https://hea-www.harvard.edu/fine/Tech/html-sentences/html-sentences/html-sentences/html-sentences/html-sentences/html-sentences/html-sentences .html]
Answered by Vivek Budithi
Post is based on https://stackoverflow.com/questions/9792849/how-to-insert-spaces-tabs-in-text-using-html-css