Common HTML Extensions

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Here is some regular text -- note how the lines are broken to best fit the page. This is not an exciting example but, as I have pointed out, the imagination starts to fade at around 3:00AM.
Here is some regular text, but placed inside a NOBR so that lines are*wbr* not broken, except at BR or WBR elements -- I have placed the string *wbr* right after every ocurrence of an <WBR> tag. This is rather boring but, hey -- *wbr* whadaya want at these prices?


There are three types of spacers, "block", "horizontal", and "vertical". The first exmaple is a block spacer, with a height of 40 pixels, a width of 60 pixels, and left-alignment. Here it is -- -- and there it was. Notice how it floats like an image, with text flowing around it. Of course, a blank, fully transparent image works just as well--and also works on other browsers.

Horizontal and Vertical

Horizontal spacers are like tabs: here is one of SIZE=40 (40 pixels long)--| |-- see how it tabs across. Vertical spacers moves text down and also cause a line break. Here is an example with a vertical spacing of 40 pixels. --||--there it was.