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why indent paragraphs? - put my name on the answer!
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This is unnecessary and additional work. [[User:Madleser|Madleser]] This is unnecessary and additional work. [[User:Madleser|Madleser]]
-I did it for the same reason why the first line of a paragraph is indented: readability. In my opinion, having the whole thing indented makes browsing through the FAQ a lot easier. If no one else likes it, let me know and I'll stop doing it! [[User:Stefanbidi]]+I did it for the same reason why the first line of a paragraph is indented: readability. In my opinion, having the whole thing indented makes browsing through the FAQ a lot easier. If no one else likes it, let me know and I'll stop doing it! [[User:Stefanbidi|Stefanbidi]]
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 +Now the whole paragraph is indented, not just the first line... The headlines and the spacing between paragraphs already serve as a visual divider. Also, you are now mixing style with content. The general look of a wiki (or a any document) should be governed by the stylesheet alone. Btw, you can make a signature with 3 ("[[User:Madleser|Madleser]]") or 4 tildes ("[[User:Madleser|Madleser]] 16:47, 12 September 2006 (CEST)").

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why indent paragraphs?

This is unnecessary and additional work. Madleser

I did it for the same reason why the first line of a paragraph is indented: readability. In my opinion, having the whole thing indented makes browsing through the FAQ a lot easier. If no one else likes it, let me know and I'll stop doing it! Stefanbidi

Now the whole paragraph is indented, not just the first line... The headlines and the spacing between paragraphs already serve as a visual divider. Also, you are now mixing style with content. The general look of a wiki (or a any document) should be governed by the stylesheet alone. Btw, you can make a signature with 3 ("Madleser") or 4 tildes ("Madleser 16:47, 12 September 2006 (CEST)").