Thursday, January 26, 2012

Paragraph Breaks

Hello all. I've had several complaints about the problem of paragraph breaks not existing in my recent posts. Aaargh. I am aware of the problem. Sadly, ever since Blogger last updated itself in order to serve me better, it's been failing to register paragraph breaks. Apparently my browser is no longer supported, presumably because it has settings that don't allow Google to hack directly into my central nervous system in order to analyze the contents of my brain to power AdSense. I've tried a lot of different ways of trying to get it to recognize my para-breaks, but so far, no dice. I'll keep looking into it.

UPDATE: This should be fixed now. Adding the html code seems to have worked.


  1. If it won't let you use "return," maybe you could leave four or five spaces where you want a new paragraph. It won't be quite as good as the normal separation between paragraphs, but at least there will be some visual separation. Or maybe it will even let you leave 100 spaces, or however many you need to get to the next line.

  2. Can you edit the HTML? Just use 'p' between < and > at the start of a paragraph (comments wouldn't let me type the tag as is).


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