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Update: This paragraph is a test to see if I can reproduce it. italic ... Yep, confirmed.

Solution: "Enforce proper nesting of HTML" in Display Settings. D'oh!

The node 11115734 contains an unclosed <i> in the "EDIT" at the top. However, the HTML for this node differs depending on whether I am logged in vs. logged out. When logged in, it's

<p> <b>EDIT:</b> <br /> I <strike>use</strike> <i>used</i> bareword filehandles. <i>In the course of this discussion I was convinced not to do so.<i> </i></i></p>

But when logged out, it's

<p> <b>EDIT:</b> <br /> I <strike>use</strike> <i>used</i> bareword filehandles. <i>In the course of this discussion I was convinced not to do so.<i> </p>

What's going on? Of course the "fix" is to correct the unclosed <i>, but I'm surprised at the rendering difference.


In reply to [Solved] Node renders differently when logged in vs. logged out by haukex

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