Felix Riesterer wrote:
From a semantics point of view the above markup makes a lot more sense.
The output of TinyMCE works GREAT for viewing locally, when we post the same HTML data to our client portal their CSS leaves it looking
a bit hard to
read because of
all the wicked double
If we use shift+enter the result looks good locally in our 'tools' and it looks great on the client portal so this is why I say 'for our needs' flipping that around would solve 'our' issue.
Made sense at the time, still does.
Would it be nice to help the users make an unordered list? YES this is true in both the client portal and our 'tools' .. same with almost all of TinyMCE's plugins.
So TinyMCE is a great asset to us, but we can't control the client portal's layout/css so we have to hold down shift as we hit enter if we expect the message may get posted externally.
We could debate everyone else's needs, semantics, opinions, etc.. But what I am pointing out is accurate and we would benefit from knowing how to reverse the shift-enter logic or an option to reverse it.