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every time I start new <p> I get this line of code?
Front Page Expression experts :-)
francie brady

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Msg#: 3860170 posted 2:24 am on Mar 1, 2009 (gmt 0)

In design, if I hit the 'Enter' key while writing text, I get this line of code (in code view)-- no problem if I leave it in or take it out, but I'd prefer to not have it not there as I don't know why it's there.

<p style="background-repeat: repeat; background-attachment: scroll; background-position: 0px 0px">

What is it and how do I deal with it properly?

Thanks :-)

 

pageoneresults

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Msg#: 3860170 posted 1:01 pm on Mar 1, 2009 (gmt 0)

It sounds as though you have "Auto Style Application" on which is located in...

EWD > Tools > Page Editor Options > CSS

I think if you change that to Manual from Automatic it should clear up what you are seeing.

Apparently you have a default style for the <p> element "embedded" in the <head> of that document. Each time you hit the enter key on an element that is not within the parameters of the embedded CSS, I believe EWD will automagically include inline CSS to counter the default CSS. This gets a bit tricky if you are not a seasoned WYSIWYG user. Try turning off the Auto Style and see if that fixes it.

On a side note, I have a sneaky suspicion you're probably going to run into more anomalies if you are using EWD out of the box with no configuration settings of your own.

francie brady

5+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 3860170 posted 1:10 pm on Mar 1, 2009 (gmt 0)

Thanks Pageone :-)

I'll get on it.

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