Feedback on: irt.org FAQ Knowledge Base Q2018
The best way to indent text is to add several consecutive non-breaking spaces at the beginning of each paragraph.
What size is a non-breaking space? Does it depend on whether the FONT SIZE (or equivalent) in which the nbsp is wrapped?
Another good way to indent paragraphs is to have an image as a placeholder. I've created a GIF file that is one pixel by one pixel. That one pixel I set as the transparent color. I call this file cleardot.gif. Then in my paragraphs I include a call to that tag, like so...
<p align="left"> <img src="cleardot.gif" height="1" width="30"> Here's the paragraph </p>
This does result in the indention being different sizes (relative to page size) when viewed in different resolutions. I've not tried (bet I will) but I don't think that <img src="cleardot.gif" height="1" width="10%"> would work.
Other than the different indention size in different resolutions, this is a nice looking way to fake out HTML into indenting your paragraphs.
Not technical enough
- Use <ul>
- Use CSS (padding-left or margin-left)
- Use frames (noooo!!!! :)