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What Is a "p" Tag/Element?
A "p" element is a block level element that can be used directly as
a sub-element in the body element. You can use "p" elements to specify
paragraphs of text and in-line elements. Here are basic rules about
- "p" elements are mixed content elements.
- "p" elements can have empty contents.
- "p" elements can have PCDATA as contents.
- "p" elements can have in-line elements as contents.
- "p" elements can not have block elements as contents.
- "p" elements can not have "p" elements as contents.
- "p" elements are block elements. They can not be used as in-line elements.
- "p" elements will be displayed by browsers as paragraphs with some leading
and trailing vertical spaces.
Here is a good example of p elements:
<p>Learning XHTML is like learning any new language,
computer or human. Most students first immerse themselves
in examples. Studying others is a natural way to learn,
making learning easy and fun.</p>
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- What Is the "body" Tag/Element?
- What Is Wrong with My "body" Elements?
- What Elements Are Allowed as Body Sub-Elements?
- What Attributes Are Allowed in the Body Element?
- What Is a "p" Tag/Element?
- Can I Mix Images with Text in a Paragraph?
- How To Control Line Breaks in a Paragraph?
- How To Highlight One Part of a Paragraph?
- How To Get Extra Space between Paragraphs?
- What Is Wrong with My "p" Elements?
- What Is a "pre" Tag/Element?
- Are Tab Characters Preserved in a "pre" Element?
- Can Images Be Included in "pre" Elements?
- What Is a "blockquote" Tag/Element?
- Can "blockquote" Elements Be Nested?
- What Are Heading Tags/Elements?
- What Are "hr" Tags/Elements?
- What Are Other Block Elements?