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    • CommentAuthorSamael
    • CommentTimeMar 16th 2007
     
    Getting Wordpress to properly format my blog posts is quickly becoming a tremendous pain my ass, to the point where I'm tempted to find out who designed their system, and punch him/her in the sternum.

    It's such a messy, stupid system. What you see is what you get, my ass.

    WHERE ARE MY LINE BREAKS, WORDPRESS?!
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      CommentAuthortallman
    • CommentTimeMar 16th 2007
     
    Can't you revert back to a plain HTML view? That's actually what I use, but there are WYSISYG editors for Movable Type that I was planningo installing. However, they give you the option of switching back and forth...

    I did notice that it looked like your Super Mario post changed the font for the rest of the page... I assume this is a problem with the WP WYSISYG editor inserting a font style or something...

    Honestly, I can't believe that the majority of text input fields on the web don't have better WYSISYG controls. In a lot of cases, even if all you needed was plain text input, the boxes are too small...

    ~tallman
    • CommentAuthorSamael
    • CommentTimeMar 16th 2007
     
    Yeah, the Mario post changed everything under it. For some reason, it's ignoring half of my hard returns. I tried manipulating it in the plain html view, but WP has it set up so that it just kind of ignores things sometimes. For example, it just completely ignores [br] tags, and [p] has some pretty unpredicable results.

    Blah. It also likes to add weird tags if I'm using the WYSIWYG editor- it adds all kinds of div tags to things, and does a new font tag for every single line. Which... well... seems weird.

    Blah. Double blah.