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Integrating existing HTML pages

  • Hello,
    the problem is, i have many pre-built html pages, and when i move the source code to a “post” in my blog and post it… every thing gets out of borders and so.. even if i changed the width of tables and so…
    i tried EzStatic but what i want is to be INSIDE the post not a regular post… thank you,
    bye

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  • James Huff
    Support Team Rep.

    @macmanx

    Assuming you mean that you want to display the raw HTML code, go to Options/Writing and uncheck “WordPress should correct invalidly nested XHTML automatically”. When writing your post, put your code inside <code> </code> tags by hitting the “code” quicktag button.

    putting it ni CODE would only display the code?
    what i want to do is to display the result of the html not showing the code… would only unchecking the checkbox solve this problem? i tried it, put posts that already have been posted didn’t change, would this only affect the new posts? thank you for you great help,
    bye

    James Huff
    Support Team Rep.

    @macmanx

    Unchecking the checkbox should work, but it will only affect future posts.

    OtherMichael
    Member

    @othermichael

    Part of the problem may be that WordPress auto-formats to a considerable degree, adding paragraph tags etc. which will break a lot of code from elsewhere. The trick is to either turn off ALL WP formatting (deep in the mysterious bowels of the code), or to put all your other-HTML onto ONE LINE — this way it won’t get broken up.

    It won’t be humanly readable anymore, but so it goes…

    It sounds like what you want to do is make a static page really. (Nested html doc inside your wordpress design, right?) This page might help, if so:

    http://www.tamba2.org.uk/wordpress/static/

    Good, thanx guys

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