Michael Casteel schrieb:
> Seamonkey 1.1.18 (and earlier) progressively mess up a web page I am trying
> to let a nontechnical user edit, as each time they use Seamonkey to edit the
> page more <br> tags get inserted.
> 
> The page has a CSS based popup menu, with source that looks like this when I
> 'view source' in a browser other than Seamonkey:
> 
> <ul class="nav">
>       <li class="menunosub"><a href="/index.html">Home</a></li>
>       <li class="menu"><a href="#">About Us</a>
>               <ul class="menu">
>               <li><a href="/PhotosVideos.html">Photos and Videos</a></li>
>               <li><a href="/history.html">History</a></li>
>               <li><a href="/News.html">News</a></li>
>               <li><a href="/BOD/ALL.html">Board and Staff</a></li>
> 
> The same page loaded into Seamonkey (via Open Web Location in a Composer
> window) and viewed looks like:
> 
> <ul class="nav">
> 
> <li class="menunosub"><a href="/index.html">Home</a></li>
> 
> <li class="menu"><a href="#">About Us</a>
> 
> <ul class="menu">
> 
> <li><a href="/PhotosVideos.html">Photos and Videos</a><br>
> 
> </li>
> 
> <li><a href="/history.html">History</a><br>
> 
> </li>
> 
> <li><a href="/News.html">News</a><br>
> 
> </li>
> 
> <li><a href="/BOD/ALL.html">Board and Staff</a><br>
> 
> </li>
> Note the introduction of gratuitous <br> tags in each *nested* <li> element
> (but not in the outer <li>s). After editing, these <br> tags are saved back
> to the web page, and on the next edit, yet another set of <br> tags is
> introduced. The empty space in the pulldown menus grows with every edit.
> 
> If the source is simply viewed in the Seamonkey browser, it's just like all
> the other browsers (no extra <br> tags), but the Composer reliably
> introduces them.
> 
> I Googled, then searched the archives to this list after joining, but no
> luck. So maybe nobody knows a workaround?
> 
> The page I reference can be viewed at <http://www.dunngardens.org/>.

I can't reproduce this behaviour of automatically inserting <br> tags in
SM2.0beta2, maybe you want to try that one out?
regards

Martin
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