We've noticed that if we edit pages in Internet Explorer, sometimes paragraph tags are consolidated or rearranged, which can break the page formatting as the markup and page layout spacing is changed.
This occurs if a user simply goes to a page and hits update to save, they do not have to make changes, switch between the "visual" and "html" tabs or make any other changes other than hitting the update button.
This issue does not occur in Firefox, Safari or Chrome, users can update pages, switch between the visual and html tabs at will and make any other necessary changes without the paragraph tags being "adjusted".
Does anyone know of a way to get consistent behavior between browsers so that our users in IE aren't have pages break on them? We've tried tiny mce with no success.....