When you write XHTML code in more than one space, these spaces will be interpreted as one. So if you want to write more spaces can use the registration & nbsp; – It is an entity, a fixed space. If you combine the two words that entity, they will never be separated. Writing more than two spaces is a typographical error! These problems should be addressed with CSS
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A & nbsp & nbsp & nbsp; A A A
A similar problem occurs with wrapping text if you use the Enter nothing happens if you want it, you must use the <br /> element, otherwise the browser wraps text itself (depending on the size of the screen, the object).
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Some characters can not be used in code because it is badly interpreted or not interpreted (& nbsp;). It is important that the body end with a semicolon. More about entities.