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[Resolved] Html tags printed as entities instead of parsing

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  • I see what’s happening. It’s adding <code></code> to those parts of my posts. Why would it do that without prompting and how do I make it stop?

    Possibly a plugin? Try deactivating them and see what happens.

    A question for you: Why are you using “pages”, where page 1 is the same as the blurb on the front page, and not “more”?

    Yeah. I went looking through the plugins on a hunch and somehow the markdown plugin had been activated. Don’t know how that happened.

    EDIT: In other words, my problem is fixed now.

    A question for you: Why are you using “pages”, where page 1 is the same as the blurb on the front page, and not “more”?

    Sorry? I don’t follow you

    On your front page you have “Pages: 1 2” for all your posts. Clicking on page 1 brings up what I already read on the front page.

    When writing a post and I come to the end of the portion I want displayed on the front page, I add the “more” tag. Then on the front page is displayed “Continue reading ‘Blah-Blah-Blah’…” or I could have something like, “Read the full article…” This seems more logical than “Pages: 1 2”. Just curious what your rationale was, no biggie.

    Oh, do you mean the DogReader site in my profile? It was a bug that wouldn’t let me use custom permalinks with the “more” tag. It screwed up something, I don’t remember exactly what.

    EDIT: Here is where I discovered the problem last year: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/7311

    It may have been fixed by now, I don’t know. I haven’t updated WP on the site in some time. Need to do that one of these days.

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