• Emos

    (@emos)


    When I create a new article with an image (<center><img src="http://cultura.calamo.it/img/niceimage.jpg" alt="Nice picture..."></center>) and after that I access the “edit” page to enter some new details, it adds me a new piece of code (<center><img src="http://cultura.calamo.it/img/niceimage.jpg" alt="Nice picture..."/></center>).
    It happened to me that the entire page stopped working…

    Thanks

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  • cron

    (@cron)

    Try using <div align="center"> instead of <center>

    Emos

    (@emos)

    it doesn’t change, sorry 🙁
    It always inserts a new / in the old code

    F1_error

    (@f1_error)

    That ‘/’ is a closing tag, it’s a good thing. It should be there.

    Emos

    (@emos)

    I’ve never used that slash before, in that position, and so seems to think the author of this link:
    http://www.davesite.com/webstation/html/chap04.shtml

    Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

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    That slash is absolutely correct and valid XHTML.
    The link refers to HTML ( and that page is badly wrong too)

    WP is not causing an error there.

    F1_error

    (@f1_error)

    Dave’s site is talking about HTML. WP uses XHTML which is more than a little different. Without the ‘/’ your XHTML won’t validate.

    Edit: Damn Podz beat me to it.

    Emos

    (@emos)

    thanks a lot and sorry 🙂

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