[wp-hackers] Possible Bug: Displaying HTML in Posts Using WYSIWYG
shorty114 at shorty114.net
Sat Aug 12 15:45:59 GMT 2006
Well, the trunk is being actively developed all the time, so there may be
bugs, security holes, etc. seeing as it isn't a final release version.
However, I've heard of many people running their blogs off of the WP trunk,
so you should be fine.
On 8/11/06, Connor McKay <wp-hackers at ethilien.net> wrote:
> That's great that its updated!
> I just downloaded the trunk version and tried it out, it works exactly
> how I wanted it to. Unfortunately it does not appear that I can copy the
> new scripts folder over the 2.0.4 version, so it won't work on my
> current install.
> Are there any flagrant reasons why I should not use the trunk version as
> my active blog, at least until the next version of wp comes out?
> Thanks for the help,
> Andy Skelton wrote:
> > On 8/10/06, Connor McKay <wp-hackers at ethilien.net> wrote:
> >> No matter how hard I try I cannot seem to get HTML to actually display
> >> in a post (by display I mean that it is not parsed by the browser, it
> >> shows up as visible text on the page). I write a lot of posts relating
> >> to HTML, and its really annoying not being able to make any of it
> >> visible.
> > TinyMCE can be configured lots of ways. We recently updated TinyMCE
> > and modified the default behavior to encode everything typed in the
> > editor. That is, when you type < it gets saved as < and displayed
> > on the web as <.
> > Andy
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