Like gppuddinpie said below, this should be the normal behaviour of WP. There are things one can only add in html and stripping the code has always be the most annoying things of WP.
This plugin did the trick with a few clicks to repair existing content. Works great first try. Supporting both HTML & Visual editor is awesome!
I am installing this plugin to all my client's sites. They are very happy and want to learn more about HTML too. This plugin just rocks.
No more detroyed HTML :-)
Thank you so much! I was just about to dive into the code behind TinyMCE and try to change which elements were valid. But now I don't have to mess with that! This pluggin is perfect. I installed the pluggin and bam, TinyMCE stopped removing my HTML when I switched from the HTML tab to the visual tab and then back. Thanks!
The first plugin to install in a newly fresh install of WordPress PERIOD (until WordPress fix the broken <p> tag and more tags). Just be VERY careful in an existing WordPress, it will break a lot of things, make sure you have a few hours available to fix everything after it is install. You'll be glad you installed it after tho!
Oh my, how many times did wordpress remove my closing divs that helped me to resolve some nice layout tricks. And how many times did it even screw up p, div, and br tags according to his own - quite robotic - flavor.
Now it's gone. Thanks for converting the wordpress editor into a plain text editor :)
This functionality should be part of the WordPress core, in my opinion. More designers are working with WordPress than ever before - it stands to reason that, especially with multiple users, designers and programmers should be able to code in HTML and preserve it so when they hand it off to the client, all their hard work isn't completely botched. Well done!
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