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Problem with content editor

Thread began 12/09/2011 1:07 pm by mrs | Last modified 12/09/2011 2:15 pm by mrs | 505 views | 1 replies

mrs

Problem with content editor

Hi, I have the content editor working, but there is a problem with it when I edit some records that has been supplied with PS4 in the DB.

When I edit one of the headers for the home page pods, they initially don't have any html attribute applied to them, i.e: <p>

As soon as I click the edit icon and I am taken to the relevant content to edit in the CMS, the <p> and </p> tags are automatically applied which changes the line height and forces the heading to slip down the box it sits in.

My problem is that I don't want my client to have to deal with trying to remove html, because at some point, they will get confused and destroy the content on the page! So, how can I ensure that when the <p> is applied by the CMS html editor, the text doesn't slip out of alignment?

Thanks.

Mat

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