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This is the two paragraphs with <p> tags;

Hey! What are those <p> tags? How did they sneak in? Earlier we mentioned that you have to tell the browser what to do, these tell it to start a new paragraph. If you don't tell the browser to do this, it will show all the sentences one after the other. (There is a <p> tag in the HTML here)

It will recognise a space, but if you do a carriage return, as you normally would with a word processor, the browser will ignore it, and you won't get your new paragraph!

These are the two paragraphs without <p> tags;

Hey! What are those tags? How did they sneak in? Earlier we mentioned that you have to tell the browser what to do, these tell it to start a new paragraph. (The sentences run on here, because there is no <p> tag!.) If you don't tell the browser to do this, it will show all the sentences one after the other. It will recognise a space, but if you do a carriage return, as you normally would with a word processor, the browser will ignore it, and you won't get your new paragraph!


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