Posted 22 November 2016 - 12:02 PM
You could do it dirty and use a lot of blank spaces using ASCii code.
But the best way would be wrap the "children's Parayer" in a Span tag, and give the span tag a left margin, that should do it.
<p>Thank you Lord for the world so sweet,<br>
Thank you for the food we eat.<br>
Thank you for the birds that sing,<br>
Thank you, God, for everything.<span margin-left: 20em>Children’s Prayer</span></p>
You just need to figure out what distance and what form it takes, em, % pixels, inches. I think I got the coding right but it has been a long time, so if it does not work just look up the correct format for inline margins, but I think that is right.
Thank You, Migwetth, Gunalche’esh, Ha’w'aa, Danke
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