Support » Plugins » [Plugin: Secondary HTML Content] Secondary HTML 2.0 – stripping paragraphs tags

  • I notice that, when I have more than 1 paragraph, the paragraph tags are stripped out of the Secondary HTML Content.

    i.e., instead of, say, 2 paragraphs it changes the HTML so that there is only 1 paragraph enclosing the content.

    Seems to work ok if there are no spaces between any of the paragraph tags – but that doesn’t seem to be consistent. Also, for readability, it’s sometimes useful to use spaces that usually get ignored by the browser.

    Anyone else having this problem?

    It’s really annoying having to keep updating the HTML – it’s all unbillable time :-/

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/secondary-html-content/

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  • Thread Starter jonmao

    (@jonmao)

    Correction – removing spaces between paragraphs DOESN’T stop it stripping the tags.

    Also, it removes/coverts any special character tags – like quotes marks.

    Hope this is all fixed in the next release.

    Same problem here.

    I would also appreciate if it would be fixed soon.

    redone975

    (@redone975)

    I’m having the same issues here. I’m about to hand over the site to a client and would like to solve this before doing so.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Yeah I’m having the same problem here! also I can’t see the content on any of the Secondary HTML Content in HTML code just visual any ideas?

    Same problem its stripping out my <figure> tags

    Thread Starter jonmao

    (@jonmao)

    There is a fix for the HTML code problem!

    Install TinyMCE Advanced plugin and drag the HTML button to the toolbar. A small HTML button will now be displayed as part of the Secondary HTML Content editor.

    Source:
    http://designparc.com/2010/10/27/secondary-html-content/

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