A common gripe about HTML rendering is that white spaces are not preserved.
For e.g. giving
<table><tr><td>This is a test</td></tr></table>
will end up being shown as ‘This is a test’.
To show the spaces, people generally convert spaces to & nbsp;
to preserve the spaces. Instead, a CSS property ‘white-space’ can be used.
For e.g. to preserve the spaces, do this:
<table><tr><td style = "white-space:PRE">This is a test</td></tr></table>
This will display preserve the white spaces and show
'This is a test'
on the browser. We need to include a !DOCTYPE to make use of ‘white-space:pre’ property on IE.