HTML Paragraphs

HTML Paragraphs

Last Updated Jul 26, 2015, 07:00:08 PM

The HTML p element (or HTML Paragraph Element) represents a paragraph of text.

In the HTML document, the whole content can be presented using paragraphs, like we write the paragraphs in a notebook.

Definition and Usage
Content categories flow content, heading content, palpable content
Permitted content Phrasing content
Tag omission The start tag is mandatory
Permitted parent element Any elements
DOM Interface HTML Heading Element

HTML Paragraph Eaxmple

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HTML Multiple Paragraphs

You can have more than 1 paragraph in the html document

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HTML Paragraphs with Line Breaks

HTML docuemnts can breaked with <br> tag into seperate line

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HTML Paragraphs with Colors

HTML paragraphs can be styled with different colors

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In HTML5, the align attribute on <p> is deleted


It could be tempting to over-use line breaks and br shouldn’t be used if two blocks of text are intended to be separate from one another (because if that’s what you want to do you probably want the p tag)

Paragraphs Bad Practice
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Paragraphs Best Practice
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Browser Support
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Sources and Credits

The source of the content has been referred and updated with Mozilla Foundation and w3C

Last Updated Jul 26, 2015, 07:00:08 PM