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Chapter 37. Web Page Publishing with Windows 98 > Entering Text and Paragraphs

Entering Text and Paragraphs

With your page title firmly in place, you can now think about the text you want to appear in the body of the page. For the most part, you can simply type the text between the <BODY> and </BODY> tags. In FrontPage Express, you type your prose within the large text box that takes up the bulk of the screen.

When you're working with the HTML tags directly, things get a little tricky when you want to start a new paragraph. In most text editors and word processors (and in FrontPage Express), starting a new paragraph is a simple matter of pressing the Enter key to move to a new line. You can try doing that in your Web page, but the browsers that read your page will ignore this whitespace. Instead, you have to use the <P> tag to tell the browser that you want to move to a new paragraph:


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