@firstparagraphindent: Indenting After Headings ¶
As you can see in the present manual, the first paragraph in any
section is not indented by default. Typographically, indentation is a
paragraph separator, which means that it is unnecessary when a new
section begins. This indentation is controlled with the
The first paragraph after a heading is indented according to the value of word:
Prevents the first paragraph from being indented (default).
This option is ignored by
@paragraphindent asis is in effect.
Include normal paragraph indentation. This respects the paragraph
indentation set by a
@paragraphindent: Controlling Paragraph Indentation).
@firstparagraphindent is ignored for HTML and DocBook output.
It is best to write the
@firstparagraphindent command before the
end-of-header line at the beginning of a Texinfo file, so the region
formatting commands indent paragraphs as specified. See Start of Header.