HTML [Hyper Text Markup Language]

Lets Talk about Paragraph Tag

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The main purpose of using the paragraph tags is just a block of space used to display the text simply it is a box of container which holds the text thats it. and thing to be noticed in using paragraph is it just display the text in a new line with a default of single <br> space that is it starts in a fresh new line.

<body>
Now iam going to demonstrate about paragraph tags
</body>

Paragraph tag can be represented by using <p> tag in between the text. eg.,

<body>
<p>This text is inside the paragraph tags</p>
</body>
<body>
<p>This Text is under paragraph</p>
<p>This text is also under paragraph seems it has started in a new line</p>
</body>

TIPS: So, what else is this <p> tag good for? Well, it's great tag for aligning text some thing right, left and center.

<body>
<p align="left">This paragraph is Left aligned</p>
<p align="center">This paragraph is Centered aligned</p>
<p align="right">This paragraph is Right aligned</p>
</body>

Introducing Div Concepts

This is a very much pretty good code to use but the thing is u have to understand well about their behaviors

<body>
<div>My web page is kool !</div>
</body>

What does the <div> tag do? Absolutely nothing... except set that block of text (or images or whatever) apart from the rest of the text so that you can do something special with it... such as center it. A simple line break is placed before and after the contents of a <div>.

<body>
<div align="center">My web page is kool</div>
</body>

There is lot of things to do with div so we will discuss later on in this tutorials.

Word Spacing

<body>
This is a simple sentence with single space in between words
</body>

Your browser can't recognize u have used single space in between the words or multiple words, it just takes only one single space if u need to have more than one space in between the words is just add a simple code   in between the words

<body>
This is     text has    more space in is     between is    is    the words, so to have extra space we have to use the tag "&nbsp"
</body>

The & symbol says the browser that some special characters is going to be displayed, that is we are beginning a special character, the ; means ending a special character, and the letters in between are sort of an abbreviation for what it's for. Here are some popular symbols and their ampersand commands that work in all browsers. Non-breaking space  

Copyright © & copy;
Trademark & #153;
Registered ® or ® & reg; or & #174;
Less Than < & lt;
Greater Than > & gt;
Ampersand & & amp;
Quote " & quot;
Apostrophe ' & #39;
Cent ¢ & #162;
Euro € or € & euro; or & #8364;
One quarter ¼ & #188;
One half ½ & #189;
Three quarters ¾ & #190
Degrees ° & #176;
Larger middle dot & #149;

Note - All special characters must be in lower case letters.eg.,"&nbsp;" is right and "&NBSP;" will not work.
You don't need to use them all the time, just when typing the real character would confuse the browser. How do you know when that is? No hard and fast 'rule' that I can think of. It will just come with a little practice and a few screw-ups. I will say this... the only ones you're really going to need to remember are the non-breaking space (because it's the simplest way to add a few spaces) and less-than & greater-than <>.

By the way, some thoughts on mistakes & screw-ups. There are those that are of the opinion that mistakes are bad. They are afraid to try anything new for fear of messing it up. Making the same mistake over and over might be a little dumb, but especially while you are learning, don't be afraid to screw everything all up. Mistakes are our friends, from mistakes only u can be more experienced in facing the problem . If you are not facing any problem with your code then you are simpy nothing doing just a copy paste or stealing others code and you are not learning anything and probably not doing anything. Remember, coming across mistakes or bug in your code is really a perfect acceptable part of learning!