Most of us probably remember learning how to write a paragraph in English class. It should be a chunk of text that’s all on the same topic. In html, you can wrap text in a
<p> tag, and that tells the browser to display your text as a “chunk”, but it also tells us that the text is all on the same topic– that these words go together thematically.
To turn a chunk of text into a paragraph, just add an opening
<p> in front of it, and a closing
</p> after it, and you have a paragraph! Easy, right? Learn more about paragraphs at the W3 School and try out this skill on their TryIt Editor.
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