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HTML Pre Tag Tutorial
Browser SupportThe <pre> tag gives you a way to include preformatted text in your HTML document.
Preformatted text is rendered in a monospace font (fixed width). Character spaces and line breaks are also preserved with preformatted text, rather multiple spaces and multiple line breaks being closed as they are with HTML.
Here's how to use the pre tag:
<pre> The font is different and line breaks and character spaces are preserved with preformatted text. </pre>
Can you guess how that would look on a web page. It would look just...like...this...
The font is different and line breaks and character spaces are preserved with preformatted text.
Wherever you place spaces and wherever you place line breaks will be preserved. The main purpose for this (in my usage anyway) is to create a neat looking order form.
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See, nice and neat.
This concludes the HTML Preformatted Text <pre> Tutorial.
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