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Quick, hopefully easy question. Google is failing me. I don't want my text exactly centered. I want it maybe 7 characters (blank spaces) over. What do I add to this to do that? <.center>This is centered<./center>

Adding blanks in front of the "T" does nothing.

(I added the dots in the code above because I can't get <.code> blocks/spans to let me put the html code here.)

(Nothing fancy - no CSS, DHTML, XHTML - just plain old HTML.)

Thanks.

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You can edit your post and add <pre><code> code here </code></pre> around your HTML code so MarkDown doesn't strip it from the post. – squircle Apr 27 '10 at 20:17
    
You can use back ticks ` to format the code like this <center> – ChrisF Apr 27 '10 at 20:22
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You can use a &nbsp; non-breaking space to nudge it over. Insert seven of these and it will move over seven spaces.

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Thanks. It works. – user35379 Apr 27 '10 at 22:26

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