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Paragraph Tag

Paragraph Tag

The <p> tag in HTML is used to create a paragraph of text. It is a block-level element, which means that it creates a new block formatting context and takes up the full width of its parent container. Here is an example of using the <p> tag:

Code Example

				
					<p>This is the first paragraph of text. It can contain any number of words or phrases and can be used to present information or ideas in a structured way.</p>
<p>This is the second paragraph of text. It can also contain any number of words or phrases and can be used to present additional information or ideas related to the first paragraph.</p>
				
			

As you can see, the <p> tag is used to enclose the text that you want to be rendered as a paragraph. The text enclosed in the <p> tags will be displayed as separate paragraphs in the browser, with a default margin above and below the text.

You can style your paragraphs as well using CSS, for example you can change the color, font, size, and so on.

It’s important to use paragraphs correctly, as it makes your content more readable and easy to understand for users. It’s good practice to use a new paragraph for each new idea or thought in your content.

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