Posted on: June 20, 2013, 04:42:42 PM
The page content for the menus/pages installed by the SiteShaper display fine. However, if I create a new WordPress page and add a few paragraphs of content, the front-end display fails to show the usual WordPress page formatting.
Specifically, you can normally type in the "Visual" tab of the WordPress page editor, and if you hit "enter", then the content will get wrapped in <p> tags when it's displayed on the front-end. This doesn't seem to be happening at all with the Compassion theme.
The SiteShaper content displays correctly, but I see that paragraphs are being separated by
elements instead of wrapped in <p> tags. This is true on the Shape5 Compassion theme demo page, too.
That's bad enough. But, as I mentioned above, when I create a new page with line breaks in the "visual" editing tab of a WordPress page, *nothing* is getting inserted. So all of the paragraphs just run together on the front-end display.
In comparing a pre-made SiteShaper page to a new page I'm creating, I can't see *any* formatting difference in the WordPress backend page editing view. Yet somehow the SiteShaper page is being displayed on the front end with
breaks, and my new pages are not.
Any idea what's going on or how to fix it?