We've discovered that if we use a <p></p> or any header tag in a Moodle label, we are effectively not able to indent the label. No matter how many times we click the right-arrow, the label stays flush left.
We have examined the source, and the 20px width spacer image (which creates the indentation) is properly inserted in the HTML, but something is preventing the spacer from being render properly.
We are running Moodle 1.9.4 and have tested in Firefox, IE and Safari with the same results.
Has anyone else seen this behaviour?
That's because <p></p> tags have predefined default settings. Same goes for header tags too. To clear them you need to adjust your CSS. Why would you want to use paragraph and header tags anyway? Surely CSS can do it for you? Save you time and effort!