I DID NOT PUT IN THAT BREAK TAG. PLEASE TO MAKE IT STOP.
January 14, 2012 3:01 PM Subscribe
Wordpress is adding a secret break tag to my Google Button code, and it's driving me batty. No one on the Google forums helped with FIXING the problem, and the one suggestion I got on Facebook from a friend was bupkis. I turn to the hive mind so that I can fix this stupid problem.
posted by Medieval Maven to Computers & Internet (9 answers total)
OK, so I use the HTML editor - NOT THE VISUAL EDITOR - when I'm making posts to our blogsite webhome thingy
. The page in question is here
What I posted on the Google Help Forum is here,
since I don't think I can post code on here? Regardless, long story short is that there is a break tag in the view source that does not show up in the editor. It's forcing the dollar sign to be on a different line than everything else, and it looks completely stupid. We're about to do a Kickstarter and I'd deeply prefer to not have some stupid amateur crap like this out in public. HALP.
Addendum - someone suggested editing the CSS in the theme - and I suppose we could do that - but I'd like to avoid changing the whole damn theme for just this ONE instance - an inline edit that we can apply on a case by case basis in posts or pages would be fine with me. I realize this isn't the best practice, probably. Thanks for your help.