dinsdag 10 maart 2009 19:01Ok, I've used WLW in the past just fine... it's been a while since I've used it, and have since reinstalled my OS. I reinstalled WLW today and hooked it up to my wordpress blog.Upon posting something, I noticed that it was posting 160s and "p"s rather than using them as markup properly. As an example:In WLW, I will write:
This is a test post. I think it is a good test post. But in reality, it will show some very strange results.
Unfortunately, there isn’t much I can do.
You see, WLW is causing me a headache, and I’m afraid I don’t know what to do!
I am going to ask to find out!
On my page it shows:
pThis is a test post.#160; I think it is a good test post.#160; But in reality, it will show some very strange results./p pUnfortunately, there isn’t much I can do./p pYou see, WLW is causing me a headache, and I’m afraid I don’t know what to do!/p pI am going to ask to find out!/p
I'll be darned if I can figure out why. Can someone please help me get this addressed?
dinsdag 10 maart 2009 23:59http://josephscott.org/archives/2009/03/conclusion-of-libxml2-issues-use-php-529-libxml2-273/
You need to upgrade your server.
-Brandon Turner [MSFT]
dinsdag 17 maart 2009 22:28EigenaarOne of the WordPress guys came up with a workaround.