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  • Hi wordpress,
    fabulous script, I love it, first bug I’ve found is:
    I am editing a page and have toggled the HTML tab so I can input html. I have two divs, one float left, one float right, they should sit side by side. At the bottom I have this code:
    <br class="clearBoth">
    This break is on the same line as the end div tag of the previous div, so there is no line break.
    WordPress however changes that to
    <p> <br class+"clearBoth"> </p>

    thus adding space and a paragraph where there should be none. Why is WordPress putting the paragraph tag in, and how can I stop it from doing that??
    Also, maybe someone should add the latest version (2.7) to the version drop down menu…

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  • By default, WordPress formats post text with the wpautop() function, which adds paragraph tags. There are a number of plugins that allow you to control wpautop and the other formatting functions (just google it), or you can remove wpautop() with the following line:

    remove_filter('the_content', 'wpautop');

    Thanks, where would I put that line of code
    remove_filter(‘the_content’, ‘wpautop’);



    In a plugin or in your theme’s functions.php file.

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