When making a tutorial with programming code, it's not very readable because all the tabs are gone (example: http://hubpages.com/hub/Netbeans-HelloWebApp ).
So an option for keeping tabs (<PRE></PRE>) would be useful.
Hi Paul -
I've not had much success with 'preformatted'. It works on a line by line basis, but pasting a block of text doesn't work. Only the first line is preformatted - successive lines are unformatted.
Fortunately, for block text, Heading 4 works well!
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