[Pro] Remove Paragraph tags from a line/div

Is there an action to remove paragraph tags from a line or div? I seem to has lost the one I had ~ Can’t find anything in the Actions forge

WebYep’s “Rich Text” + CKEditor content adds its own extra

tags

around its content , then Freeway add’s its own p tags around that causing validation issues

CKEditor content

Anyone know a fix/alternative?

David


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The Remove Paragraph Action is at http://freewayactions.com in the
Beta Box, and you can also use my CrowBar Action as a replacement for
the Markup Item you are using to insert your JavaScript code. That
Action removes any surrounding P (or other text container tag) and
relies on the inserted code to provide a suitable replacement.

Walter

On May 29, 2011, at 7:43 AM, David Owen wrote:

Is there an action to remove paragraph tags from a line or div? I
seem to has lost the one I had ~ Can’t find anything in the Actions
forge

WebYep’s “Rich Text” + CKEditor content adds its own extra

tags</
p> around its content , then Freeway add’s its own p tags around
that causing validation issues

CKEditor content

Anyone know a fix/alternative?

David


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Thanks

It’s a bit of php (or I use the WebYep action) either way as it is Freeway annoyingly adds it own p tags to surround it.

<?php webyep_richText("Fieldname", false, "", true); ?>

Kind Regards
David Owen

On 29 May 2011, at 14:36, Walter Davis email@hidden wrote:

The Remove Paragraph Action is at http://freewayactions.com in the Beta Box, and you can also use my CrowBar Action as a replacement for the Markup Item you are using to insert your JavaScript code. That Action removes any surrounding P (or other text container tag) and relies on the inserted code to provide a suitable replacement.

Walter

On May 29, 2011, at 7:43 AM, David Owen wrote:

Is there an action to remove paragraph tags from a line or div? I seem to has lost the one I had ~ Can’t find anything in the Actions forge

WebYep’s “Rich Text” + CKEditor content adds its own extra

tags

around its content , then Freeway add’s its own p tags around that causing validation issues

CKEditor content

Anyone know a fix/alternative?

David


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Walter,

It does not work too well, as Freeway default styles are kicking in and creating 1px text Creating more issues to fix.

Interestingly, I found a possible work around

Using

     config.enterMode = CKEDITOR.ENTER_BR;

in CKEditor config.js file

This gets rid of the surrounding

tags in CKEditor ~ the downside it creates
tags for line returns (like the plain text editor does in WebYep). Is this the answer to all my problems with using a rich text editor/WebYep/Freeway?

A further very important question would be…

Would this be a problem in a CMS if there are no

tags in blocks of text and only
separating paragraphs?

Any comment or wisdon would be greatfully received


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If there isn’t a P tag inside a container like a DIV or a TD, the
browser will infer one, and actually behave as if there is one there.
The page is still valid, with or without a P, because the spec doesn’t
require that text be enclosed in a P exclusively, only that it be
enclosed.

Walter

On May 29, 2011, at 1:54 PM, David Owen wrote:

Walter,

It does not work too well, as Freeway default styles are kicking in
and creating 1px text Creating more issues to fix.

Interestingly, I found a possible work around

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1977791/turn-off-enclosing-p-tags-in-ckeditor-3-0

Using

    config.enterMode = CKEDITOR.ENTER_BR;

in CKEditor config.js file

This gets rid of the surrounding

tags in CKEditor ~ the downside
it creates
tags for line returns (like the plain text editor
does in WebYep). Is this the answer to all my problems with using a
rich text editor/WebYep/Freeway?

A further very important question would be…

Would this be a problem in a CMS if there are no

tags in blocks
of text and only
separating paragraphs?

Any comment or wisdon would be greatfully received


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To fix this specifically, try this: Draw your text box, insert the
CrowBar, then add an option-space after it. CrowBar will figure out
that it isn’t alone on the line, and it will move itself outside the
P. It will leave the P there, so Freeway won’t check back and add that
font-size tag to the DIV. Hate that, especially. I know that (and why)
it’s there, but it still gets me every time.

Walter

On May 29, 2011, at 1:54 PM, David Owen wrote:

default styles are kicking in and creating 1px text


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Freeway is still creating surrouding

tags…

my first paragraph follow by two br's

another run of text ending with Freeway closing p

It does not matter that the CMS is using two br’s per paragraph rather than p tags?


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Insert the crowbar? Inline? I thought you attached Crowbar to a div

(I’m not close to a machine to test this - roaming on iOS)

Kind Regards
David Owen

On 29 May 2011, at 19:16, Walter Davis email@hidden wrote:

insert the CrowBar


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Yes that seems to work and validate. It does not need the option-space after it either (which creates an extra line anyway and space under the content)

David

On 29 May 2011, at 19:16, Walter Davis email@hidden wrote:

To fix this specifically, try this: Draw your text box, insert the CrowBar, then add an option-space after it. CrowBar will figure out that it isn’t alone on the line, and it will move itself outside the P. It will leave the P there, so Freeway won’t check back and add that font-size tag to the DIV. Hate that, especially. I know that (and why) it’s there, but it still gets me every time.

Walter

On May 29, 2011, at 1:54 PM, David Owen wrote:

default styles are kicking in and creating 1px text


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