This double space was created using a <p> paragraph tag. Remember, HTML ignores any paragraphing, indenting or spacing not contained in tags. But you can force going to new line by using the <br> line break tag.
This is an example.
Use <strong>/<b> boldface, <em>/<i> italics and <code>/<tt> typewriter font to higlight characters.
Instructions can be given using an <ol> ordered list tag
This sentence is in <b><i> boldface italics to remind you about the importance of <A HREF="..."> Anchored Links.. Use them:
-- To refer users to another location within the same document, such as the top
-- To allow users to escape to your main home page, e.g. Hallahan Course Resources
-- To set up an index at the top of your document (as used at the top of this document). The link above above directs users here, where a <A NAME="..."> tag is imbedded in the text. (Notice how the dashes were used as an alternative treatment for a list. However, it was necessary to insert <br> line break tags before every double dash to create this effect.)
To solicit immediate feedback, incorporate <MAILTO:> commands.
Finally, don't overlook the value of graphics, which you can import into your document using the <IMG> tag. Don't you think that a graphic would have made this page more interesting?