When you're building Web apps with AVR for .NET, it doesn't take very long to realize that HTML has a mind of its own. It's gonna do things its way, and it's usually up to you to trick it into doing things your way. Let's consider how HTML handles text with embedded carriage return/linefeeds (called 'newlines' for the rest of this article).

HTML ignores newlines by default in most HTML elements. Text that you'd like to dislay like this:

displays like this:

 

Click the link below to see the full article at asna.com on how to resolve this issue.

Read the full technical article on ASNA.com.