Support » Plugin: Preserved HTML Editor Markup Plus » Remove comment code

  • Shaped Pixels

    (@shaped-pixels)


    First, glad to see your newer version “plus” out. Anyway, I see this in the HTML view of the editor…a lot actually:

    <!--mep-nl-->

    I noticed that it only shows in the editor’s HTML view and not in the front-end source code, but what exactly is this and how I can it be removed from the source view as it is kind of annoying when I have a big page with lots of HTML in it? Thanks in advance.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/preserved-html-editor-markup-plus/

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  • Plugin Author J-Ro

    (@j-ro)

    This is essentially placeholders in the HTML to keep track of things as you switch between views — it’s essential for how the plugin works, so it can’t be removed unfortunately.

    Plugin Author J-Ro

    (@j-ro)

    give the new version a shot, this may be fixed!

    Wow, this problem is back with a vengeance since the 4.3 update. Personally, I never had a problem with it before. Any chance this can be fixed again?

    Plugin Author J-Ro

    (@j-ro)

    latest version should fix it!

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