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Use proper spacing between paragraphs and heading in your posts


When you post content in any sections of MWC, please use proper spacing between paragraphs and headings. It may be difficult for you to figure out how to adjust the spacing correctly. After few trial and error, you will get the trick and then it will naturally work out for you without any additional efforts.

Tips:

1. Add one and only one blank line between headings and paragraphs. Take a look below and above this paragraph.

2. You never have to use <BR> tag anywhere in the posts in this site. The blank lines you add to the content area will be automatically converted to <BR>

3. All heading tags like <H1>, <H2>, <H3> and <H4> tags will automatically add a blank line to it. So, if you have a heading tag, then you do not need to add a blank line below it since it will be automatically added.

4. Always start the content in the left most part of the typing area. Do not start the line by pushing the text to the right a bit by adding some blank space in the beginning of the test.

5. Do not add blank lines in the end of the posts.

Take a look at the space between each paragraph. That is the exact spacing required between paragraphs in your posts.

Here is an example of bad spacing between paragraphs:
Chrome will show you a warning message before you visit a site that is suspected of containing malware or phishing.
A phishing attack takes place when someone masquerades as someone else to trick you into sharing personal or other sensitive information with them, usually through a fake website. Malware, on the other hand, is software installed on your machine often without your knowledge, and is designed to harm your computer or potentially steal information from your computer.
With Safe Browsing technology enabled in Chrome, if you encounter a website suspected of containing phishing or malware as you browse the web, you will see a warning page like the one below. Learn more about how Safe Browsing works.


Here is an example of good spacing between paragraphs
Chrome will show you a warning message before you visit a site that is suspected of containing malware or phishing.

A phishing attack takes place when someone masquerades as someone else to trick you into sharing personal or other sensitive information with them, usually through a fake website. Malware, on the other hand, is software installed on your machine often without your knowledge, and is designed to harm your computer or potentially steal information from your computer.

With Safe Browsing technology enabled in Chrome, if you encounter a website suspected of containing phishing or malware as you browse the web, you will see a warning page like the one below. Learn more about how Safe Browsing works.

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