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HTML

How to increase the line spacing of TWO sentences in my a text box.

On SCMJF.org, the first two sentences that describe the group are too close together. I want the two sentences to be 10-20% further apart.

What HTML will i insert to accomplish this?

Here is the existing HTML, please let me know where to insert the line-spacing HTML:

span style="font-size: x-large;"> </span> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong><span style="font-size: x-large;"><span style="color: black;"> We are a coalition of Muslim and Jewish Congregations and organizations in Greater Los Angeles committed towards strengthening Muslim-Jewish Ties, through </span></span></strong></p> <code> </code>

Thank you!

--Elliot Stiller

2 Answers

Try applying the "line-height" css to the paragraphs you need.

eg:

p{
    line-height:3em;
// you can use px, rem if you want. Your choice.
}

Thank you!