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Allowing extra spaces between words?

  • Is it possible to allow for more than one space between words in a post? If so, how is it done?
    I’m using the Thematic theme.

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  • .entry p {word-spacing: 10px;}

    The above example shows 10px spacing between words in paragraphs within <div class="entry"> – that is assuming that Thematic uses that class.

    RoseCitySister – can you repost that code so I understand how to use it? Which is to say, the whole sequence as I would need it? I can see how to adjust amount of space – just change the number. Alternatively, where can I find a list of such ‘space control’ tags? I already know the space between paragraphs one, but this sort of thing, I will probably need again.

    It’s a CSS definition.
    http://www.w3schools.com/css/ – lots of information on CSS attributes right there.

    This solution sounds like an “overall” spacing of words throughout the ENTIRE blog, correct?

    What if you want extra spacing on an individual basis? for example, hitting the tab button in MS word, or simple text edit pgm, the cursor moves 5+spaces.

    The onlly way I know how to do individual situation extra spacing is via tables….but then this causes indenting and other flow issues of copy.

    suggestions?

    Are you looking for &nbsp?

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