<p> tag defines a paragraph. The
<p> element is the most commonly used block-level element. However, it cannot contain block-level elements (including
The following table summarizes the usages context and the version history of this tag.
As a logical element, empty paragraphs are ignored by the browsers, so do not use empty
<p> elements to add blank lines in your web pages. To create blank lines use the
<br> tag, or use the CSS
margin property instead.
When you use the
<p> element to begin a paragraph, it automatically creates some space (margin) above and below the content. This space is applied by the browser's built-in style sheets, but you can override it using CSS
The example below shows the
<p> tag in action.
<p>This is a paragraph.</p> <p>This is another paragraph.</p>
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