[pmwiki-users] Extra <P> tag
Patrick R. Michaud
pmichaud at pobox.com
Fri Feb 24 23:34:46 CST 2006
On Sat, Feb 25, 2006 at 12:15:55AM -0500, DaveG wrote:
> I'm getting a set of <p> tags in my page, and I don't know from whence
> them come.
> I've created a markup:
> $TrailSource = '';
> Markup('^trail:', 'directives', '/^trail:(.*)$/ei',
> and in my template file I use:
> The html produced is correct except it has surrounding <p> tags:
> <p><span class='wikitrail'><< <a class='wikilink'
> href='http://mr2wiki.com/MKI/OilAndOilFilter'>Oil and Oil Filter</a> |
> <a class='wikilink' href='http://mr2wiki.com/MKI/DIY'>DIY</a> | <a
> class='wikilink' href='http://mr2wiki.com/MKI/TimingBelt'>Timing
> Belt</a> >></span>
PmWiki treats any markup text that is not otherwise
in some form of block as being text that belongs in a paragraph.
So, the <<|[[...]]|>> markup isn't a block markup, and PmWiki
dutifully encloses it in a paragraph for us.
The quickest answer is to probably enclose the trail in a div, via
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