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  • 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,

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  • Moderator James Huff


    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,

    Moderator James Huff


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

    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:

    Good, thanx guys

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