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Text links – Web design tutorial

Text Links are standalone links. And they’re used when the only thing you need that text element for is a link. For example, let’s say we want to add a new line under this paragraph. If we do a paragraph element — if we drop in a paragraph, now we
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Text blocks – Web design tutorial

Text Blocks can be styled just like a paragraph, but they’re meant to be used any time you need text on the page that isn’t supposed to be treated like a heading, or a paragraph, or a link. And a good example of this would be a copyright notice. In
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Block quotes – Web design tutorial

Block Quotes. These can be added when we want to bring in a block of text that’s quoting another source — an excerpt, for example. Just like all text-based content, we can double-click to edit, and we can paste in our excerpt. Now by default, a Block Quote is also
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Headings – Web design tutorial

Headings are more than just big text. Humans and search engines quickly scan through headings to determine the content on your page. When we add a heading to our project, when we drop in a heading, we are instantly given an option to define that type of heading. Is it
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Paragraphs – Web design tutorial

Paragraphs — in many cases — contain most of the text on a given page. We’re gonna cover three aspects of creating and styling paragraphs: adding paragraphs to our project, adjusting spacing between paragraphs, and adding custom styling to our paragraphs. When we go in and add a paragraph element
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