Create a white space in HTML

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The HTML <spacer> tag specifies a whitespace. It supports the following additional attributes −

Attribute
Value
Description
type
vertical
horizontal
block
The type attribute is used to specify whether the spacer will be horizontal, vertical, or block.
size
number
Specifies the number of pixels tall or wide the spacer will be This attribute is only used if the spacer type is "horizontal" or "vertical." If the spacer type is "block," then the width attribute is used.
width
number
The width attribute is used when the spacer type = "block". Between the quotes specify a pixel value for the width of the block.
height
number
The height attribute is used when the spacer type = "block". Between the quotes specify a pixel value for the height of the block.
align
left right center
The align tag is used to specify the alignment of the block of white space. Valid alignments are left, right, and center.

Note − The <spacer> tag is available in Netscape 4 and higher versions only.

Example

You can try to run the following code to create a white space in HTML (visible in Netscape Web Browser only) −

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
   <head>
      <title>HTML spacer Tag</title>
   </head>
   <body>
      Create some space <spacer type = "block" width = "70" /> now.
   </body>
</html>
raja
Published on 13-Mar-2018 14:16:18
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