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Ultradog MN

03-26-2012 10:42:46

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Hi Kim, Chris,
I've got a question about html and editing posts.
I just made a post and used Red Text to make a point.
It showed up correctly (red) in my post. Then I decieded to edit my post so went over to Modern view to edit. When I was done it is no longer red.
This has happened to me before - usually when I used html to link pictures - the pics no longer show after editing.
Is this something I'm doing wrong or is it something that can be corrected on your end.

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03-26-2012 10:56:54

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 Re: Question about html in posts in reply to Ultradog MN, 03-26-2012 10:42:46  
I can see why that would happen, Modern uses BBCode and no html and Classic uses html and no BBCode. You'd have to use the bbcode to reproduce the highlights and colors when editing because the html will be stripped off. Now that may not work anyway since I had to break some of the bbcode going to classic after some of the people complained about "features" appearing there. I should reconsider just letting the bbcode features flow back over to Classic. I'll test it though and see just how much of it doesn't translate across.


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