Get rid of that <p>
You know the one I’m talking about! The one that is hardwired into the post, so if you’re using
<?php echo get_the_content(); ?>as a variable, YOU’RE TOTALLY SCREWED.
And please don’t send me to that plugin that stopped working 3 versions ago – I don’t want an annoying quickfix (seriously, typing “sponge” in custom fields? You’re supposed to make my publishing easier, not ridiculous!?), I WANT YOU TO FIX YOUR CODE SO THAT IT STOPS PUTTING A P IN MY POSTS WITHOUT MY PERMISSION.
Or at least, let it be no
<p>in html mode! SERIOUSLY.
HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE on the part of your scripters to have done that. It’s an insult to people like me who are doing more than talk about their ponies on their website.
Yes, I’m mad, I don’t care, but how can you be on version 2.9 AND STILL HAVE SUCH A BUG? Blows my mind. If you weren’t free, I’d request a refund.
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