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Is it not possible to write more than one space between two words?
Sometimes I need to type more than one space to make my statements look more distinct. However, it automatically turns out to one space anyway.

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  • $\begingroup$ Please make sure to test your formatting in several settings; at least test it as "full site" and as "mobile site." $\endgroup$ – quid Dec 7 '15 at 23:01
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You           can         use HTML entity   for this purpose. Since it means non-breaking space, it is advisable to separate the instances of   by ordinary spaces, allowing for a line break.

That said, such formatting should be avoided in all but rare cases. Over-formatting posts rarely benefits them. For example, the line break <br> that you used in this question is not necessary and looks unnatural: it should be either a paragraph break (created with a blank line) or no break at all. There's little reason for using line breaks outside of writing poetry.

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