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Dreamweaver - separating 2 links by multiple spaces

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Dreamweaver CS5 - URL = www.softlamp.com; the 2 links at the bottom of the page (Terms of Use, Affiliate Disclosure) will separate by only one space.  How in Dreamweaver can one insert additional spaces between the 2 links.  The same question applies to the 2 images at the top of the webpage (note that the large photograph will eventually be replaced by a video).
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Jason C. Levine earned 500 total points
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The easiest way is to insert a non-breaking space:

 

in the HTML code.

Depending on what exactly you are trying to do you may want to encapsulate the text or images in divs and use CSS to position them.
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CSS seems the most appropriate.  Thanks.
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