The HTML block-level
<p></p> element is used to create a paragraph break, shifting the text or objects included after this tag to a new line, while spacing it out a bit more than
<br />. A small indent will be applied to the first line of text. To simply make a line break, use
<br />. An optional
</p> end tag may be included. This element allows only inline content.
It is mainly used to indicate a paragraph, thus including an indent to the first word in the chunk of text. The end tag is mandatory when specifying a paragraph so that multiple paragraphs may be placed in a single document.
| Sets the alignment for the paragraph. The default value is |
- Global Attributes
<body> First line of text. <p> Second line of text following a paragraph break. </body>
<p>This is a really short paragraph.</p> <br /> <p style="text-indent:50px;">This is a really indented paragraph.</p>