[resolved] paragraph tags get killed on screen (wierd) (5 posts)

  1. Os..
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Ive been going through the Forums all day now. I read a lot about how TinyMCE and WordPress handles the < p > tag. I know. Plus, I do see the format < p > and </ p > tags flicking/showing up when switching between html and visual mode, before they hide again in both modes.

    Everything went fine until last night, when I ecountered that all! posts/text lost all p /p paragraph tags and articles run without linebreaks on the screen. There are no p tags around the post-text in the source code!
    Now, for testing, when insert p tags in html mode an save, they stick in the editor, but still dont show in source code on screen!
    I had parafs before, its not a css problem, all wpautop filters are turned on, I reloaded formatting.php, default-filters.php and shortcodes.php from a mint WP 2.6, I replaced the MCE and in the end I replaced the entire WP install expt. the content. Nope.
    Now, it might be a plugin problem, but I deinstalled the plug plus despite the plug is very simple and only came on action when loading the backend, its in use for a while and never reported anything like it.
    What can I do, where can i search? Basically I want , need them parafs back - in source, on screen

  2. iridiax
    Posted 7 years ago #

    ...when switching between html and visual mode

    Do not switch back and forth between code and visual, it will mess up your code.

  3. Os..
    Posted 7 years ago #

    thanks Iridiax. But thats not the real issue. I can save without switching, doesnt help - and only did to see if they show in editor, they do in a glimpse. It deleted all p on untouched, formerly saved posts, which screened fine too until now

  4. Os..
    Posted 7 years ago #

    to explain again: there are no paragraph tags in the source code, though in the editor it seems ok

  5. Os..
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Problem solved! Was a hack my friend inserted these days in a third party problem that said ..strip_selected_tags($string, array("p"));

    In case someone reads this with a similar issue, which is not based on my cause of missing p, I recommend to try Elke Burmesters plugin that willadd extra p tags where they should appear (in any case)


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