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W3C and the Line break <br>

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according to http://validator.w3.org/

i cant get the line break <br> to pass as W3 compliant, this is a pain as i need to get our site compliant for a contract, how can i get a line break without using the <p></p> which puts too much of a gap between the lines.

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TimCottee earned 2000 total points
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Hi Robinsonx6,

Try

<br />

Instead, as I remember the standards insist on opening and closing tags. This is effectively a self-closing tag so will pass the validator.

Tim Cottee
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chears i was having a mind blank thanks
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