[SOLVED] stop truncating white spaces

  • 12 years ago


    I would like to know how to remake this (a) in order to output whitespaces as this (b) does. I know   and pre could be used, but in A example it isn't evidently necessary and I would like to understand the rule behind. I read on w3c about missing content-language tag, repaired it, but no result. I tried to remove lining of B, to have paragraph on one line, no result. I just can't find more things to imitate from A. I have more examples similar to A. Also it is not dependant on having it with complete html document (html, head, body). Please tell me. I feel stupid Huh?


  • 12 years ago

    whoops I wound it ... the :right: one has some more 160's instead 32's spaces. So maybe some additional: if you heard about some standard, which ensure using chr 160 to have the same result as nbsp? Some w3c doc about ascii's chars interpretation welcomed. Idea

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