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M Angele U. GASANA
M Angele U. GASANA
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Have realized while coding that every small detail matters, for example spacing between HTML tags or CSS rules, is there any special explanation or rule about spacing between html tags or CSS rules, so far I've been taking reference from the teacher but I am curious to know (just like it is important to add curly braces after each new rule started)

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Piotr Manczak
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Piotr Manczak
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 29,101 Points

Whitespace makes a difference in the rendering of inline elements, but everything beyond a single one is always reduced to one whitespace. This means, unless you use the tag <pre> , five white spaces get rendered just the same as a tab or fifty line breaks.