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Line breaks/Paragraph breaks not working with Chrome

  1. enterprisecorruption
    Member

    they work with ie8

    pretty much using two browsers do get the page(s) edited correctly

    any ideas

    thanks:-)

    dk

    The blog I need help with is enterprisecorruption.wordpress.com.

  2. Have you tried FireFox?

    Yes, it is yet another browser, but if you are having problems with IE and Chrome, then trying FF might well provide a solution to your difficulties.

    I have noticed that you are reluctant to provide much detail about the problems you are having so it makes it impossible for us volunteers to give you specific advice.

    Note that there are a great many users who happily use IE, Chrome, and FireFox without trouble, so it would appear that there is something going on with your connection to the internet or settings on your own computer. Without specifics, we can not provide better answers.

  3. Use the html edit program right before you publish and it will work! 9Press enter for breaks as usual.)
    I did use Firefox but will try in chrome next time.

  4. Hi,

    I had the same problem here (paragraphs not showing) in FireFox and Safari.
    In my blog the problem was the php-code that reads the post contents.

    The following code does NOT show paragraphs:
    <?php echo $post->post_content; ?>

    This one is OK and shows everything you need:
    <?php the_content(); ?>

    That's how I could solve my paragraph (and plugins) problem. I hope it can be a help for you.

    Peter

  5. @peterwalterflorina
    Are you aware of the differences between free hosted WordPress.com blogs and self hosted WordPress.org installs?

    This is a multiuser blogging platform wpMU, and We free hosted WordPress.com bloggers cannot access php files and edit them. All free hosted WordPress.COM blogs wearing the same theme here use the same underlying template. Only Staff can access the php files and edit as every edit they make affects all blogs wearing the same theme. Please do not post WordPress.ORG answers into threads here at WordPress.COM as it only causes confusion.

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