I don’t think this is about your plugin. It looks more like a WordPress problem.
Sorry for the late response – I’ve been a bit under the weather.
I was unable to replicate the issue on any of my WordPress test installs. There could be interference from another plugin, or maybe some browser settings.
If you figure out or learn more about the issue, feel free to post it here in case other users are experiencing the same problem.
Thanks. I’m still looking into it. I can see from other comments in the forum that this isn’t a new problem.
There is a line break before and after every < div > < p > and any h1, h2, h3, etc. elements.
I’ll post back when I find a solution.
Some of the default buttons for block level tags (
<ul>) come with line breaks, but I’m not sure how these would get added to any of the custom buttons.
If toggling between HTML and Visual mode, the line breaks are probably due to TinyMCE/WordPress code formatting.
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