Have a look at this...

 <BODY> Something 
Classical </BODY> 


Something Classical

The browser won't recognize more than 1 space.

There is, dei gratia, a stunning code that means "space" to the browser -> &nbsp;

Try this instead...

 <BODY> Something&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 
really&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 
Classical</BODY> 


Something         really         Classical

The & means we are beginning a special character the ; means ending a special character and the letters in between are sort of an abbreviation for what it's for. There are quite a few of these special characters. Here are six more. (Note- these should always be lower case)

 &nbsp; 
non-breaking space &lt; < less-than symbol 
&gt; > greater-than symbol &amp; 
& ampersand &quot; " quotation mark 
&shy; ­ soft hyphen 

You don't need to use them all the time, just when typing the real character would confuse the browser.

For the really sad, there are other special characters too. You'll probably hardly ever use them but .......................

To recap: the browser will dispay your text in a steady stream unless you tell it otherwise with line breaks, etc. It will reduce any empty areas to 1 space. If you want more spaces, you must use the space code (&nbsp;). If you hit the Spacebar while you are typing, most browsers will interpret that as a space... unless there is already a space there.