When I use HTML tags inside of a ‘page’ (not ‘post’) entry, and then view the output, the HTML tags have been stripped out.
The tags are still kept in the database, and they look fine in the preview, but when I view the page, the
<a>'shave been stripped out. The HTML I’m using is valid markup.
Using the Markdown plugin works as it should. However, the people who will be using this blog need to have the ability to create pages with tables of data in a WYSIWYG editor and then paste the HTML into the “write page” entry field. It’s not practical for me to insist that they learn Markdown or Textile syntax.
What I really need is for WordPress to stop being so aggressive in restructuring perfectly good markup. How do I do this?
I’m using WordPress 1.5-beta-1 2005-01-22. I’ve tried disabling all Plug-ins.
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