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Podge

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Hi all,

I have entered in information on a product I intent to sell, I have put in breaks and paragraphs in the text colum but when I update the preview and update the product the text is bunched up together. I have searched for an answer but it seems no one has posted this problem before.

How do I create paragraphs or just breaks in the text?

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paragraph - <p></p>

breaks - <br>

 

Take a look at the displayed html.. If these are being written to the page then they should do what intended - if they are not - then you are making a mistake somewhere..

Hard to say with info provided..

Lloyd

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paragraph - <p></p>

breaks - <br>

 

Take a look at the displayed html.. If these are being written to the page then they should do what intended - if they are not - then you are making a mistake somewhere..

Hard to say with info provided..

 

All I done is select the product to be edited then click on edit and scroll down to the Products Description: section and enter in my text. When creating a break I just hit enter twice to make a gap and enter in more text. Is there a different way?

I can also not find the file where my text is going.

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If you are using the pdroducts description just enter the appropriate html..

Such as:

Product name<br>This is the best product<br>Get it today!

 

Would display as:

Product name

This is the best product.

Get it today!

 

You can even change font..

<b>Product name</b>

 

As far as the text - it is being saved in the database..

Lloyd

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If you are using the pdroducts description just enter the appropriate html..

Such as:

Product name<br>This is the best product<br>Get it today!

 

Would display as:

Product name

This is the best product.

Get it today!

 

You can even change font..

<b>Product name</b>

 

As far as the text - it is being saved in the database..

 

Nice one!! Works a treat. Thanks for your help.

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