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[resolved] Problem with when publishing (6 posts)

  1. boco
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi,

    Look at this page:
    http://www.martinique.org/features/getting-to-martinique-now-easier/

    In my admin panel it shows that the <p> have been created.
    When published there is no paragraphe at all.

    We have instead the content in one block and it makes it difficult to read.

    Does anybody can help me to figure out what's happening knows how to fix it?

    Thanks!

    Boco

  2. Mmmm I don't see any <p> tags in the HTML source code.
    Could it be that a plugin is removing these? I would deactivate all plugins and see if that helps.

  3. boco
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Christine!

    Thank you! You were right. I disabled all the plugin (painful experience because I have a lot of them) and the <p> was there.

    I re-activated them and the <p> disappeared again.
    Then I de-activated them one by one and found out that "Disable wpautop" was the problem.

    I even don't know what's the benefit of "Disable wpautop."

    Thanks again!

  4. boco
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Christine,

    Have you seen my topic "Sorting Elements in the Heading?"

    I'm not sure that I formulated my question well but could you please look at it and see if it make sense to you?

    Basically I want to sort out my posts by category for example and sometimes I cannot do it because the titles are not clickable and I don't see the little arrow going up or down.

    BTW, I didn't put that plugin "Disable wpautop" that was messing around my <p> tag. :)

    Thanks much!

  5. Hi boco,

    Yes I saw your other thread, but didn't answer because I don't have an answer for you. I've never seen a plugin that does that. I usually use the filter option at the top or the search box when I'm looking for a blog post.

    Glad you figured out the plugin issue. If you could mark the thread as resolved that would be great. That way others who may have similar issues will be able to find your solution.

  6. boco
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thanks Christine!

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