How to Easily Indent Paragraphs in WordPress


How to Easily Indent Paragraphs in WordPress
Elvira Abbott

I found “Customize” at the top in the black menubar when I’m signed in for editing my WordPress site.
Your instructions don’t mention that I need to click the blue “Publish” box to add the CSS. Mine doesn’t say “Save and Publish”. I found elsewhere that I need to click this, and when I change themes I may need to do this CSS entry again.
The site-wide indent first line CSS doesn’t work the way I expected. Nothing seems to have happened.
Does it need to be on the three lines you show, or can it be all on one line?

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Alyssa Osborne

This is digressing from the topic, but we have also come across strange and extremely inconvenient functioning: copypasting a long piece of text into a post resulted in a classic block (with the old toolbar on top), and after editing, saving and reopening the draft most of the block was simply missing! Fortunately, I was able to salvage most of the disappeared text (and editing) from older automatic saves.

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Yessenia Tellez

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How to Set WordPress to Indent Paragraphs
Glenda Logan

TinyMCE Advanced is a great plugin and there are many reasons you should consider installing it on your website. If you are used to writing content on Microsoft Word, Google Docs, or any other popular word processing platform, then TinyMCE can help make the WordPress editor similar to those. This will, of course, help you deliver high-quality content to your visitors and it will also help you insert indents into your content. If you have ever found the default toolbar lacking, then this plugin can help.

How to Easily Indent Paragraphs in WordPress
Gloria Russell

Do you want to add space or indent paragraphs in WordPress? While most of your text is aligned left, in some cases you may want to indent paragraph for improved typography and better reading experience. In this article, we will show you how to easily indent paragraphs in WordPress.

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Marlana Peralta

All: To select the classic block, click on the circled plus (+) sign in the upper left of the editing screen. Several block and formatting options appear. In the “search for a block” field, type “classic”. Then click on the “classic” option below the field when it appears.

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Molly Alvarez

I, for one, am fairly irked that there’s no indentation button available to me. I see a block quote button, but that’s absolutely not what I want. I want to indent paragraphs, just like you would in a word processor. At least give me the option to get rid of Gutenberg (I guess that’s what I’m using). Hopefully I can find this classic plugin and it works. Otherwise I’m looking at HOURS of copying and pasting tags.

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