The white-space Property : white space « CSS « HTML / CSS
|The white-space Property|
The white-space property controls whether or not whitespace is preserved within and between block level elements.
normal Normal whitespace collapsing rules are followed.
pre Whitespace is preserved just as in the <pre> element of XHTML, but the formatting is whatever is indicated for that element, not just a monospaced font.
nowrap Text is broken onto a new line only if explicitly told to with a <br /> element, otherwise text does not wrap.
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