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PowerCMS, iRite and HTML <P> tag

Thread began 8/30/2009 6:19 pm by daryl329390 | Last modified 9/14/2009 5:26 pm by daryl329390 | 1903 views | 4 replies


PowerCMS, iRite and HTML <P> tag

I have PowerCMS with iRite. I would like to eliminate the starting <P> tag and ending tag. I saw the following post under iRite but there is no NONE in formating for PowerCMS.

Question on iRite forum:
When I use iRite on a page that updates a record in my database, why do I see HTML tags such as “<p>” in the iRite text area?

Answer on iRite forum:
This happens if the Initial Value of the iRite instance is set to use formatting that converts HTML tags to HTML entities, in other words “<p>” to “&lt;p&gt;”. To fix this, select the iRite editor instance on your page and click the Edit button from the Properties inspector. Click the Initial Value lightning bolt and set the formatting to none.

But, how can I accomplish this with PowerCMS?

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