The <.noline> tag prevents the automatic linebreaking of the z2html translator over one line.
Contrary to the <nobreaks> tag, the <.nline> tag (without a closing tag) cannot span several lines, which is usable and can reduce code size at the possible slight cost of readability.

The *dot* ( . ) prefix before noline implies that it has no closing tag


This text has a linebreak but
does not use <.noline>

This text has a linebreak and uses <.noline>

Text that you'd like to </nobreaks>
span multiple lines without breaking the line 

Related tags:
   - <nobreaks>

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