Hard Line Breaks
Since adjacent lines of text in AsciiDoc are combined into a single paragraph when converted, it means you can wrap paragraph text or put each sentence or phrase on a separate line. The line breaks won’t appear in the output.
However, if you want the line breaks in a paragraph to be preserved, you can use a space followed by a plus sign (
+) or set the
hardbreaks option on the paragraph.
All of the line breaks in paragarphs for an entire document can be preserved with the
hardbreaks-option document attribute.
To preserve a line break in a paragraph, type a blank space followed by a plus sign (
+) at the end of the line.
This results in a visible line break (e.g.,
<br>) following the line.
Rubies are red, + Topazes are blue.
The result of Example 1 is displayed below.
Rubies are red,
Topazes are blue.
To retain all of the line breaks in an entire paragraph, assign the
hardbreaks option to the paragraph using an attribute list.
[%hardbreaks] Ruby is red. Java is beige.
The result of Example 2 is displayed below.
Ruby is red.
Java is beige.
To preserve line breaks in all paragraphs throughout your entire document, set the
hardbreaks-option document attribute in the document header.
= Line Break Doc Title :hardbreaks-option: Rubies are red, Topazes are blue.