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Euro sign problem, <p> question (4 posts)

  1. Anonymous
    Posted 11 years ago #

    I've just upgraded to 0.72 beta 2, and I'm having problems with the Euro (€) symbol.
    In posts which I have made with previous versions of WP, the Euro signs appear fine on my website. But when I go to edit them, they appear in the "Post:" box as € (a box).
    When I edit this box to be a Euro sign, it appears as this: ¤ on my website. Why does this happen and how can I fix it, please? Thanks.
    Another thing that has affected me with previous versions of WP is the auto feature.
    I don't want for there to be a gap between the title of the post and the content of the post, but WP automatically inserts a before the content. I edited the CSS to:
    <pre>p { margin: 0 } </pre>
    so that there is no longer a big gap.
    There must be a better way of doing this, because now when I post the following to my site:
    Line Break
    Double line break</pre>
    It appears on my site as this:
    Line Break
    Double line break</pre>
    This is because WP inserts a before the "Double line break" line.
    I know that it mighn't be "good" HTML or whatever, but what if I actually want a double line-break (ie -
    ) How do I do this?
    Sorry for the long post, and thanks for your time!

  2. Anonymous
    Posted 11 years ago #

    Sorry, this forum edited my post a bit. So the bit explaining the Line Breaks doesn't make much sense. Just ignore the examples.

  3. Michael Heilemann
    Posted 10 years ago #

    A solution to the space between the entry header and text could be to give the header:
    position: relative;
    top: 10px; (or whatever)
    Would that work?

  4. Anonymous
    Posted 10 years ago #

    I tried it, but then it just makes a gap between the entry header (the post title) and what's above that.

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