Paragraphs can be defined by enclosing a text with the <p> and </p> tags, lets recall our example:

<!doctype html>   
    <title>My  Learning Plan</title>
    <h1>Hi, I'm  learning HTML.</h1>
    <p>I will use it  for developing web pages.  
    It is very easy and simple.</p>
    <p>This is part  of my learning plan. Which will include:</p>
        Html<br />
        JavaScript<br />
        And the Java Programming Language<br />


Like we did in that example the <p> tag defined two paragraphs in our html page. 

Paragraphs features include:

  • Automatically wrapping the text included to adapt to the area in which that paragraph is defined, and to the display size.
  • Automatically place a newline after its enclosed text.

* The browser will not consider any line breaks that we may place inside the text without html tags.   So if we write:
<p>This is my main HTML                Page
That I will use for my website.
It will contain an intro about my business.
</p> The result will be something like to following ignoring all the white spaces and newlines: