If you have a quick look at http://www.webtechglobal.co.uk you will see a rather quickly written post but the bigger problem is how <p> tags are missing from the html.
Obviously I use a basically SQL query to retrieve the last post made on my blog and display it by echoing the content field.
The results are not too impressive so I went through adding the <p> tags in html part of WP’s WYSIWYG however later on when I made a small update to the post it reverted back to its old ways.
Any suggestions on how best to display the data?
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