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CSS Tutorials - White Spaces in HTML Documents
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What Are White Spaces in HTML Documents?
White spaces are combinations of continuous white space characters:
- " " - The space character.
- "\t " - The tab character.
- "\n " - The new line character.
- "\r " - The carriage return character.
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- How Many Ways Can Elements Relate to Each Other?
- How In-line Elements Are Formatted Side by Side?
- How Nested Block Elements Are Formatted?
- How Two Block Elements Are Formatted as a Stack?
- How Floating Elements Are Formatted?
- Why Is the Top Margin Not Showing?
- How Are Vertical Margins between Two Block Elements Collapsed?
- How Are Parent Padding Spaces Collapsed with the Child Margins?
- How Is the Width of a Parent Element Related to Child Elements?
- How Is the Full Width of a Block Element Extended?
- How To Test Child Full Width Extension?
- How To Test Parent Content Width Extension?
- What Are White Spaces in HTML Documents?
- How White Spaces Are Formatted?
- What Happens to Multiple White Spaces in In-line Elements?