The following shows various block-level structures, some with standard HTML interpretation of the style and other with css styling applied to augment/change the formatting.
This is a paragraph with some CSS styling applied
This is the standard <blockquote> element. It provides an indented look to the text. This is rarely used in the days of <div> elements, classes and css styling but it is supported.
This is the standard <pre> element. Again, most folks would use css to style output like this, but for old HTML compatibility and code style documentation we support the "pre" element
After this paragraph and before the next paragraph are three <br> tags.
This is after the
There is an
<hr> tag following this paragraph.
To apply absolute sizes (
height), you need to use
floats. The following set of examples show float styles applied to
Even stackable floats work. The following set of blocks are all 1in x 1in in specified size and float in a stackable way. XEPOnline fully respects this and will stack as many together as fit across the printed page. in this demo, we have set 8.5in paper with 0.5in margins, hence 7 blocks would fit on any one line.