codemagic/js/beautify-html.js is putting “\n” after html tags which should not be broken up due to HTML white-space behavior.
<p> super- <em> duper </em> -friendly </p>
super- duper -friendly
*note the spaces before and after “duper”
This is occurring for all white-space sensitive tags such as:
<em> <strong> <sup> <a> <p>
I looked at the beautify.js online demo, HTML Tidy online demo, and FireBug add-on and none of those code formatting split <p> or the other tags listed above (they are all on one line).
I submitted an issue to the GitHub maintainer for CodeMagic and he acknowledged it as a bug. Are you aware of this issue or is there a work around for it?
I’ve searched for a long time, and no one who uses the plugin with this feature is reporting the issue. Great plug-in.
A more involved test-case with output from the plug-in’s HTML editor (note how carriage returns will always add space when rendered by the browser):
<p> A test of nested paragraph tags... </p> <p> This is the nested content. And nest <em>italics<strong>as<em>well</em> </strong> . </em> </p> <p> This is a <em>multi</em> -format test. </p> <p> This is <strong>bold</strong> . There should not be a space between the format and the ending punctuation. </p> <p> How about super <sup>2</sup> ? Were any <a href="http://www.google.com">extraneous</a> spaces added before and/or after the <a href="http://google.com">superscript</a> ? Verify that the question marks in this paragraph also have no preceeding spaces. </p>
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