hrecipe (5 posts)

  1. djhood61
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I am currently running hrecipe version 0.6.1 It works great with the exception of the the cooktime and preptime coding. Google seems to like the following html coding Preparation Time: <span class="preptime">10 minute(s)<span class="hritem value-title" title="PT0H10M"> </span></span> but the wordpress coding always defaults to <span class="preptime">10 minute(s)</span> which they won't except. Each time I have to change the coding manually. I am just wondering if anybody knows of a fix for this problem?

  2. Dave Doolin
    Posted 3 years ago #

    If you're using the visual editor side (tinymce), and switch back and forth to the html view, TinyMCE often strips tags.

    There is very little that can be done about that.

    I can't say anything more without being able to reproduce the problem, which I haven't ever been able to do. It's been reported one time previously, but that person was not able to document their workflow or how to reproduce it.


  3. djhood61
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thanks Dave,

    Yes that's exactly what is happening. I guess the only thing I can do is do my editing in the html view or add the coding again at the end of my revisions. If you, or anybody else, happens to hear of a fix, please let me know.

  4. WPyogi
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Actually, many people have ditched TinyMCE in favor of CKEditor plugin -- which evidently works better.

  5. Dave Doolin
    Posted 3 years ago #

    @djhood61 - sounds like a workable if tedious plan for now.

    @WPyogi - thank you, I may look into CKeditor myself.

    As more people demand schema and microformatting, I suspect WP will have to do something eventually.

    There are also TinyMCE-related plugins which allow users to exert finer-grained control over how the component behaves.

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