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Whitespace is important for all types of programming.
There are many common ways of laying out the code, but my preference is to use one line per element.
All structures should be indented by a tab of three (3) spaces. (You should set the preferences in your editor.)
Three or four spaces are enough for each tab. (You should set the preferences in your editor.)
Add blank lines between structures.
The browser's interpreter ignores whitespace.
Whitespace makes it easier to read and to debug your programs.