I'm a new user. I realize from what I've read that I can't edit the HTML for a template. Can I edit the HTML on a specific post? I imported my posts from blogger in which I had basic HTML like horizontal rules <HR> and minor tags within lists, like <ol start="3"> and I can't get them to take. Is what I'm trying to do possible?
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Edit HTML within post
You can edit any post and once it's in the visual rich text editor you can switch to "code" and make the adjustments required. This is a display and explanation of the icons in the editor http://faq.wordpress.com/2006/05/15/what-do-all-the-icons-mean/
The allowed html tags are listed here http://faq.wordpress.com/2006/06/08/allowed-html-tags/
And in the codex at this link I will give you scroll down to find "Quicktags"
I'm making my HTML edits within the code tab. The allowed tags link above is helpful. I see that it allows ol tags, but when I try to do something a little more sophisticated <ol start="3">, it just keeps stripping out everything but ol. Is the additional code within the ol tag not allowed? (By the way, I was also trying to add a horizontal rule <hr>, which is an allowed tag. It wasn't showing up in my post, but then this morning I changed themes and it did show up.)
This and nothing more sophisticated is what we have:
DANG! The code got stripped. To make a long story short, what we can use is listed in the Quicktags. Any other code will be stripped out.
Thanks for explaining. I appreciate your time.
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