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I feel this make it easier to read?

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We don't indent paragraphs. But beyond that, have you checked how this appears in a browser?

on my end it looks the same with a tab and does the proper format to change everything down. Figured I had an idea and I would poke people on here rather create a useless patch. Figured that part of the site needs a little love?

If this is done, it should be done in the external stylesheet, not hard-coded in the HTML. However, there is only a single paragraph in that text on the main page, so it does not seem necessary to help the user identify paragraph breaks.

Our other text uses increased line spacing between paragraphs. Indents might be better there, I have not considered it before.

In D3363#74436, @wblock wrote:

If this is done, it should be done in the external stylesheet, not hard-coded in the HTML. However, there is only a single paragraph in that text on the main page, so it does not seem necessary to help the user identify paragraph breaks.

Our other text uses increased line spacing between paragraphs. Indents might be better there, I have not considered it before.

So this isn't a werthy change?

In D3363#74436, @wblock wrote:

If this is done, it should be done in the external stylesheet, not hard-coded in the HTML. However, there is only a single paragraph in that text on the main page, so it does not seem necessary to help the user identify paragraph breaks.

Our other text uses increased line spacing between paragraphs. Indents might be better there, I have not considered it before.

So this isn't a werthy change?

In my opinion, it does not make the page better. I don't feel there is a problem with no indent on that paragraph, and it matches our other documents the way it is.