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Kevin Pacey wrote on 2017-07-20 UTC

By having HTML code in my submission I assume you mean I just add things like '<p>' around the text parts... I was trying that, but maybe I made a spacing or erasure mistake somewhere? In any case, it's odd that my submission had been adequately processed, before I made a minor edit, only to a text part, and I was seeing its webpage no problems with diagram alignment etc.

As far as WYSIWYG mode goes, unfortunately I'm clueless right now what that means in terms of using this website's capabilities. Hopefully I won't need to use it just for fixing this submission.


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