Le 23/04/2010 10:05, Ashley Sheridan a écrit :
By default, PHP sends out HTML headers. Browsers ignore extraneous
white-space characters, and also new lines, carriage returns and tabs,
converting them all to a single space character.


For completeness, the white-space discarding depends about the context the characters are met. For more inside, Nick could look into <http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/struct/text.html>.

  So said, the browser doesn't convert, it renders ;)

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