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Ludwik C. Siadlak (ECC)

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  1. Hello I wanted to raise this issue a while back, but this time it's been brought to me by one of my clients, so I'm passing it forward to you guys. I'd love to write my blog posts in EN (Windows), but the way EN formats the HTML below the surface of what we see is unacceptable. This is just a simple note. This is a new line. And this is a new paragraph. That's it. It should be that simple. Oh, and just one more paragraph at the end. Just because I like it this way. And this. And this. A simple note like this, is pasted to Wordpress using div's for every single line: <div>This is just a simple note.</div> <div>This is a new line.</div> <div></div> <div>And this is a new paragraph. That's it. It should be that simple.</div> <div></div> <div>Oh, and just one more paragraph at the end.</div> <div>Just because I like it this way.</div> <div>And this.</div> <div>And this.</div> <div></div> This note should be pasted to Wordpress editor like this: <p>This is just a simple note.<br/> This is a new line.</p> <p>And this is a new paragraph. That's it. It should be that simple.</p> <p>Oh, and just one more paragraph at the end.<br/> Just because I like it this way.<br/> And this.<br/> And this.</p> According to web standards, divs should not hold the contents itself, but are used just for the positioning elements of the website. That's why they should be avoided for any other reason: https://www.w3.org/TR/html5/grouping-content.html#the-div-element Is there a tech team leader who could take a look at this issue, as our customer base is more and more tech-savvy, and it's getting harder to sell them something that doesn't comply with world-class standards. Best, Ludwik
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