<NOBR> element stands for NO BReak. This means all the text between the start and end of the
<NOBR> elements cannot have line breaks inserted. While
<NOBR> may be essential for those character sequences that don't want to be broken, it should be used carefully; long text strings inside of
<NOBR> elements can look rather odd, especially if during viewing, the user adjusts the page size by altering the window size.
NOTE : The
<NOBR> Element is supported only by Netscape and the Internet Explorer.
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