We can keep gap between by using one transparent gif ( or jpg ) image of one pixel width and one pixel height. By using this we can stretch the line and push the content to right of the image. Here is the code
Word 1<img src=dot.gif height=1 width=20> Word 2
In above code our image is of actually one pixel with and one pixel height image. Now there will be gap of 20 Pixel between two words.
Short, sweet and to the point.
Just what I needed.
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thanks it works fine :)
It's very nice and useful.
Easy to understand.
nice, but what does nbsp mean?
nbsp is non breaking space. Without line break browser should display this.
Thanks .. this helped a lot
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Just do a quick search, and I've found this page. Thanks for the code, I always forgot this one symbol.
Thank you for this, this helped me make my lame excuse for a site's navigation bar look better :)
Thanks. What i have been looking for. :)
Thats really helpfull, thanks.
But I still have a question.
Be careful when using multiple - Some browsers will ignore more than one and will only display one empty space no matter how many you've defined in your code. To get consistent results (and valid code) use CSS instead and define 'padding' and/or 'margin' for your elements.
Just like Bill said. Short, sweet and to the point
Thank you so much! I used this code to decorate my page with pictures by positioning and aligning pictures. It looks perfect now. You rock!!
This helps me a lot ,very useful
Thanks. it works!
It worked, I could kiss you! Thank you so much!
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Excellent???? Very Helpful
great help, simply put,
thanks a bunch..
Thats amazong thank you!
How can we add extra spaces between text?
Right on Target......:-)