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I’m looking up HTML text format on MDN and I came across with the example below:
<address> <p> Chris Mills<br /> Manchester<br /> The Grim North<br /> UK </p> <ul> <li>Tel: 01234 567 890</li> <li>Email: email@example.com</li> </ul> </address>
So, Instead of using the
</br> tag to separate the
<p> content, can I use the
<pre> tag? Further than that, can I use it in any context I want some linebreaks?
<pre> tag cannot be used.
This is because
<pre> defines if it is shown exactly like what is written in your source code, in monospace, and that it is pre-formatted text. Just like the comment above, you can use CSS white space.
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