NOTE: I have set this word grouping off in a separate paragraph by cleverly deploying zee "P" tag before it. Though it has a closing "/P" tag that can be used in terminating its action, it's obviously redundant and is, therefore, not employed here. Zee PARAGRAPH tag automatically inserts a carriage return AND A LINE SPACE before zee text that follows it. Nice, huh? (NOTE THAT HEADING tags DO THIS ALSO; but, they do it both before AND AFTER their enclosed text, as can be seen above.)
pLeAsE nOtE! This site is continually awash in creativity, thus CONSTANTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. It's a curse I bear.
I note, here, a peculiar point of interest... I have been given to
understand that 'browsers ignore any spaces or new lines around tags.
Guess what? NOT! IE4 seems to recognize at least 1 such space,
though not more. Well, back to zee use of BOLD body text.
Carriage returns in coding do not evoke a corresponding carriage return
on-screen. Zee browser's word wrap serves this purpose, but WE can
override this and break text at any point where we insert a "BR" tag
(for BREAK.) This tag, as with zee Paragraph tag, doesn't demand a closing tag.
Email me at:HorseyRider@ohsomeplace.deZee ADDRESS tags I also included can be a nice time saver. They simultaneously force zee contents between them onto a new line, force them to be shown in italics, override zee use of "DIR" tags to indent zee contents, and force any trailing text onto yet another line. They can, however, be a bit limited and cumbersome in zee MIDDLE OF A PARAGRAPH, as can readily be observed in my example.
Here I include a note that, on occasion, zee Englisch spelling izn't so gut. Sadly, I was tutored by an unwashed emigrant during my formative years. This is his sad picture.